No worries. I’m still designing in Muse for some of my clients, I’m just slowly transitioning to Webflow. The thing is that Adobe is not focusing on the website design direction, they are focused on Adobe Marketing Cloud in which they sell for hundreds of thousands of dollars to corporations. So don’t depend on them…
There are other website building platforms out there so check them out. In terms of being limiting, webflow is probably a lot more comprehensive than Muse. The blog is self contained, clients can edit + create new pages themselves, and they have complext interactive animation beyond what Muse can currently do.
It is also based on HTML structures and can be exported in clean code. I see this as a stepping stone to learning how to code as well.
If you want to give it another chance you can follow the below steps:
- create the slider
- Add all the blank slides you require
- Add a background image to each slide
- As you so each step, make sure your slides don’t disappear
- then add in the content and formate the content for each slide
As you so each step, make sure your slides don’t disappear. If you do something and the second slide disappears for example, undo it right away and find another way of doing it.
Also, can you post the “Share link” here so we can take a quick look at what you are trying to create?
All the best