Customizing Site & Page Designs

Customizing your page design in Muse allows you to create a unique and engaging visual experience for your visitors on each site. By adjusting various elements, you can ensure your site not only looks professional but also aligns with your brand and content goals. Here’s how you can customize your page layouts:

Step 1: Customize the Design of your Site

  1. While editing a site, click “Design” button on the lower left side of the page.

Step 2: Edit the Page’s Title and Description

Personalize the title and description to reflect the content and purpose of the page.

Step 3: Customize the Page’s URL (Muse Premium Feature)

This can be edited under the same "Design" navigation bar.

  • Personal Domains
      • Connect Existing Domains: Easily connect and host domains you already own on your Muse sites, allowing you to maintain your established web presence.
      • Purchase New Domains: You can also purchase new domains directly through Muse to use for your sites, giving you complete control over your online identity.
  • Personal sub-domains
      • Customize Muse Subdomains: Rearrange your assigned subdomains for a more personalized and professional look.
      • Example: If your default Muse subdomain is, you can use your premium domain token to customize it to
      • Enhance SEO: Adjust your URL to be more descriptive and user-friendly, improving your site’s search engine optimization and making it easier for visitors to find you.

Step 4: Customize Your Cover Image Layout

  • Standard: A traditional layout suitable for most content types.
  • Minimal: A clean, simple design for a sleek look.
  • Animated (Muse premium): Dynamic elements for a more engaging user experience.
  • Billboard (Muse premium): A bold, impactful design to highlight key information.
    • Click on "Configure billboard" for more customization options.
    • Billboard Style
      • Floating: Your cover image will float above the top of the page with slightly curved corners, adding a subtle yet stylish touch.
      • Full: Display your cover image in a full-bleed format, covering the entire width of the page for a bold visual impact.
    • Billboard Type:
      • Overlay: The text for the title, subtitle, and call-to-action button will float on top of your cover image, creating a dynamic and engaging presentation.
      • Side by Side: The text for the title, subtitle, and call-to-action button will appear on the left, with your header image on the right, offering a balanced and clean layout.
      • Custom: Use a header image with text, logos, and other images without obstruction. The title, subtitle, and call-to-action button will be hidden in this mode, giving you complete control over the visual elements.

Step 5: Add or Change the Cover Image and the Page Icon:

Choose a compelling cover image and Icon to capture visitors' attention using our library or uploading an image from your own files

  • After selecting the cover image, you may reposition it for the best visual fit.

Tip: You may also simply drag and drop a photo directly from the internet (e.g. google search)! It doesn't have to be from your local files. How cool is that?

By leveraging these customization options, you can create a site that stands out and effectively communicates your message. Whether you’re using the free features or taking advantage of the premium options, Muse provides the tools you need to build a site that looks great and performs well!

For more information on changing your layouts on Muse, you can watch our video guide here.

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