In previous versions of Adobe Muse, you only had the ability to change the stacking order of content on your pages using the Arrange commands (Object > Bring To Front, etc.). An exciting new feature in Adobe Muse CC is the addition of layers and the Layers panel. This can make arranging and organizing the content on your pages much more manageable.
In addition, if you work with layers in Adobe InDesign or Adobe Illustrator, you’ll be able to use the layers and Layers panel in Adobe Muse CC with no trouble.
Let’s explore the new Layers panel in Adobe Muse CC.
1. Choose File > Open Site. In the Open dialog box, navigate to the MuseCC_Lessons folder and select HappyValley_start.muse. Click Open to open the site.
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