I completed a site in February. The client had one small change on April 9, 2018. I had updated the app to the 2018 version but never used it.
When I opened my old file the app converted it and saved an old version.
I made the change and published the site.
The home page, which I did not touch, has a composition widget that does not show up on the site. It shows up in the Muse document. Also, there are many other formatting issues that were not there before. The sticky footer is no longer sticky even though the box is checked.
I tried reverting back to the old version of Muse and uploading an old Muse file from backup, but the application crashes.
The error message says "Pageitem is not Ibounds. but fluid width?".
My client has already paid me and now their site is broken with no way to fix it. Please help.
Have you checked one of these?
Could you provide a link? Maybe it is just a clear browser cache–reload the site - issue?
It is not a cache issue. The same issue shows up in Chrome and Firefox. The other forum about "Pageitem is not Ibounds. but fluid width?" reccomends updating the app. Since no releases are scheduled, that doesn't help.
Apologize for the experience. Would it be possible to upload your file to a shared location and share the URL with us over a private message for testing? To send a private message, click my picture and use the Message option.
I tried to organize your file, watch out here:
I made some necessary changes on master where browser border was not placed correctly:
I also reduced the breakpoints – there´s no need for 320 breakpoint as there are no smaller devices than 320.
In your layers palette you see what I "organized" by watching the capital letters.
One element was not set as a footer element in one breakpoint:
So far I must admit not to understand your composition on "home" with a text frame stretched to browser width and some compo inside. This creates the issue with disappearing, I am quite sure:
Thank you so much. The client wanted the bottom section to be divided into two equal parts the were pinned to the browser edges but expanded to fill the width. On the left is the static text, on the right-the composition. I wasn't sure how to do this, so I improvised.
Welcome. You may come to the conclusion towards smaller breakpoints to place the elements from top to bottom instead of side by side, right?