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Business Catalyst site and FTP Uploaded site not working the same

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Jul 30, 2017

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Hi everyone... long time Adobe user here, but first time trekking into Muse for building a site. I thought I had everything ready to publish. The business catalyst version and my local previews were just fine with all the breakpoints working properly on the different devices I designed for. However, now that I've uploaded the files to my server via FTP, they do not work properly. See the attached images of the business catalyst version versus the ftp uploaded one. There were NO CHANGES made to the files between the last business catalyst publish and the ftp upload.

Additionally, if I drag my computer browser window to very narrow, it displays the proper breakpoints.

Any help is greatly appreciated.

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Thanks for replying... late last night I figured out the problem. I had a domain name forwarded to this with masking. Apparently the Masking was keeping the responsive site from recognizing what device the visitor was using. Now that I've removed the masking on the domain forward, it works just fine.

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Business Catalyst site and FTP Uploaded site not working the same

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Hi everyone... long time Adobe user here, but first time trekking into Muse for building a site. I thought I had everything ready to publish. The business catalyst version and my local previews were just fine with all the breakpoints working properly on the different devices I designed for. However, now that I've uploaded the files to my server via FTP, they do not work properly. See the attached images of the business catalyst version versus the ftp uploaded one. There were NO CHANGES made to the files between the last business catalyst publish and the ftp upload.

Additionally, if I drag my computer browser window to very narrow, it displays the proper breakpoints.

Any help is greatly appreciated.

image1.PNG

image2.PNG

Thanks for replying... late last night I figured out the problem. I had a domain name forwarded to this with masking. Apparently the Masking was keeping the responsive site from recognizing what device the visitor was using. Now that I've removed the masking on the domain forward, it works just fine.

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For the upload version, are you publishing or are you exporting assets and then using a ftp client to upload to your host? If you are publishing, are you publishing all files or only modified files? If you are uploading, are you replacing all files? And perhaps, the files are not replacing or updating.

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Thanks for replying... late last night I figured out the problem. I had a domain name forwarded to this with masking. Apparently the Masking was keeping the responsive site from recognizing what device the visitor was using. Now that I've removed the masking on the domain forward, it works just fine.

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