Can Adobe Muse Widgets Work in EverWeb?

Adobe Muse Widgets & Add-ons

Have you been recently affected by the shutdown of Adobe Muse?

Aside from having to find an alternative website builder, and updating your website, you may have been using some of the many Add-ons and Widgets for Adobe Muse.

Like, Adobe Muse, EverWeb has a large number of Widgets available as well. Widgets and add-ons make customizing your website, and adding unique elements like cool web animations, web stores, image galleries, social media integration extremely easy.

If you have been using a number of Adobe Muse Widgets on your website, and want to convert them to use in EverWeb, we want to help! So if you leave a comment below with the Widget you want to use in EverWeb, we will convert it for free, or offer an alternative, so you can get right back to work on your website.

Adobe has promised to keep supporting Adobe Muse for about one more year. We want to help you prepare for the upcoming change and think that EverWeb is a great alternative for Adobe Muse users. We know that nothing can be a one-to-one replacement so we are here to help for free to convert Adobe Muse Widgets to EverWeb.

Let us know in the comments below which Adobe Muse Widgets you are using!


  1. Steve 11 June, 2019 at 05:12 Reply

    I need some conversions of Muse widgets to use for Everweb for slideshows for both posters and others for displaying embedded videos from Vimeo. The Muse slideshows were j-query apps with the big advantage of (1) thumbnails that stopped the slides rotating once clicked and then allowed manual navigation thru the slides by clicking the thumbnails (2) can add third party code snippet for Buy Now and Add to Cart buttons into the ‘caption field for each slide or video and position that anywhere on the slide poster window and (3) unlike the old Muse slide shows these need to be auto responsive for different devices.

    Any suggestions ? Or if I get a j-query code snippet can I just insert this into a page on EverWeb ?

    • iwebunlimited 13 June, 2019 at 02:26 Reply

      Hi Steve,

      Can you show me an example of the widgets you want with a URL? Then I can suggest alternatives for you in EverWeb.

  2. Steve 15 June, 2019 at 07:28 Reply

    This is an example of the j-query slide show from Muse:

    The critical important features are:
    – we can add a code snippet for an Add to Cart button and have that added to each slide (in this case in the caption field)
    – the viewer can click a thumbnail image to stop the slide show not just hover over to pause slide rotation, essential if the slides are videos and to be able to click the Add to Cart button and buy.
    – can use either posters (still images) or embedded Vimeo code to create slide shows of videos (but not necessarily mixed in the one slide show).

    • iwebunlimited 22 September, 2019 at 07:33 Reply

      We can convert some, but we need to know which ones you need converted. Perhaps some can be free depending on complexity.

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