Can't figure it out. I want it to push down but in two breakpoints it overlays until i click on a menu item and from then on it works fine until I leave the breakpoint and come back and it is broken again. it is broken at 522, 480, and 320, but i'm sure it sometimes works at others and sometimes doesn't. I can't fix anything else until I get this working. Has anybody seen this before?
The secret for this: nothing should be pinned to browser below the accordion, then it pushes down (normally).
Also a footer gets pushed down normally.
If you don`t want the push down effect, select "overlap content below" in the accordion context menu.
Does this help?
No, nothing is pinned. The weird thing is it works OK if you can make a
menu selection. After that it works the way it is supposed to.
Sorry I missed that you use your accordion as a menu. Accordions are not really the best solution for menus, if you use the accordion tabs as menu items.
For better help we would need a .muse but I am out for the following day.
Every Adobe Muse video tells you to put the drop down menu in an accordion! If that is not the preferred method why then do they teach it that way?
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It's s known bug, which will be resolved in the next release.
Workaround for now:
By the way: Using an sccordion to place a menu into it, in my eyes is a poor idea. I'd rather use a manual menu and configure it according your wishes. I think, there is no offcial video, recommending to put a menu into an accordion, because an accordion doesn't close, when a menu item is activated. And – again my very personal opinion – a menu pushing down content below is nothing but an eye candy gimmick which offers no real advantage. it is decoration, not design. But as I said: My personal opinion.
Thanks for this.
Just to make sure since I have multiple breakpoints that are doing this;
on 1. copy one that is working or the one that isn't?
2. The next breakpoint is one that isn't working? and by next does that
mean the next smaller or larger breakpoint - or doesn't direction matter?
Thanks for all you do
No. Always the actual breakpoint works correct, when you refresh the browser. The other works incorrect And the next one doesn't. Using different accordions per breakpoint solves the problem.
I went through each breakpoint that wasn't working properly and copied
the accordion on a breakpoint that was working and on each breakpoint
that wasn't working I hid the accordion on that page and pasted the good
one in and marked it to hide in other breakpoints. It did nothing. The
breakpoints that were broken were still not working properly. I did it
twice. Can I make a correction in the CSS? I would hate to abandon Muse
but if I can't get past this I have to move on.
Working fine here! Do the following: Create a new site with only one page and only a few(!) elements, which demonstrate your issue. (This is necessary, because it saves download- and analysing-time). Upload this .muse file (without assets) to Dropbox or a similar file sharing service and provide the download link here. Then we can have a closer look.