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Hi,

I am new to Muse but I am getting along fine with tutorials on Youtube but the only thing I can not find how to do is a static background and a scrolling foreground. Here is an example of what i would like http://www.deersglade.co.uk/

You can see the grassy background picture does not move while the text and images do.

Any help would be great!!

Thanks

Adam

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Adz747  schrieb

Thanks for your reply!

I have already tried what you suggested but it doesn't work the same as the example i gave. Its like there are two layers, 1 being the background image and 2 being the content that scrolls. I have already tried working with layers and still no luck. Unless I am doing something very wrong.

Of course it is 2 layers, although the browser fill is not a "real" layer. It is a browser fill, no matter how small or how large the screens are.

Your content of course is able to get scrolled as normal. Just place text elements, rectangles, frames, graphic elements, slideshows and try it.

If you click on Browser Fill (orange), you could choose whatever bg you like:

Bildschirmfoto 2017-06-28 um 09.47.00.png

My Browser Fill is set to white, as you may see.

Uwe

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Help with background image and scrolling.

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Hi,

I am new to Muse but I am getting along fine with tutorials on Youtube but the only thing I can not find how to do is a static background and a scrolling foreground. Here is an example of what i would like http://www.deersglade.co.uk/

You can see the grassy background picture does not move while the text and images do.

Any help would be great!!

Thanks

Adam

Adobe Community Professional
Correct answer by fotoroeder | Adobe Community Professional

Adz747  schrieb

Thanks for your reply!

I have already tried what you suggested but it doesn't work the same as the example i gave. Its like there are two layers, 1 being the background image and 2 being the content that scrolls. I have already tried working with layers and still no luck. Unless I am doing something very wrong.

Of course it is 2 layers, although the browser fill is not a "real" layer. It is a browser fill, no matter how small or how large the screens are.

Your content of course is able to get scrolled as normal. Just place text elements, rectangles, frames, graphic elements, slideshows and try it.

If you click on Browser Fill (orange), you could choose whatever bg you like:

Bildschirmfoto 2017-06-28 um 09.47.00.png

My Browser Fill is set to white, as you may see.

Uwe

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In this "easy" case, it is either a browser fill with a picture/background of your choice or a fullscreen slide show with only one picture.

I guess it is browser fill.

Does this help?

Uwe

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Thanks for your reply!

I have already tried what you suggested but it doesn't work the same as the example i gave. Its like there are two layers, 1 being the background image and 2 being the content that scrolls. I have already tried working with layers and still no luck. Unless I am doing something very wrong.

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It can not be that this does not work. This is the standard browser fill.

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Adz747  schrieb

Thanks for your reply!

I have already tried what you suggested but it doesn't work the same as the example i gave. Its like there are two layers, 1 being the background image and 2 being the content that scrolls. I have already tried working with layers and still no luck. Unless I am doing something very wrong.

Of course it is 2 layers, although the browser fill is not a "real" layer. It is a browser fill, no matter how small or how large the screens are.

Your content of course is able to get scrolled as normal. Just place text elements, rectangles, frames, graphic elements, slideshows and try it.

If you click on Browser Fill (orange), you could choose whatever bg you like:

Bildschirmfoto 2017-06-28 um 09.47.00.png

My Browser Fill is set to white, as you may see.

Uwe

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Adz747   schrieb

Thanks for your reply!

I have already tried what you suggested but it doesn't work the same as the example i gave. Its like there are two layers, 1 being the background image and 2 being the content that scrolls. I have already tried working with layers and still no luck. Unless I am doing something very wrong.

Of course it is 2 layers, although the browser fill is not a "real" layer. It is a browser fill, no matter how small or how large the screens are.

Your content of course is able to get scrolled as normal. Just place text elements, rectangles, frames, graphic elements, slideshows and try it.

If you click on Browser Fill (orange), you could choose whatever bg you like:

Bildschirmfoto 2017-06-28 um 09.47.00.png

My Browser Fill is set to white, as you may see.

Uwe

Hi,

Thanks for the screen shot. I didn't have the browser fill option and had to reinstall Muse.

I was using the "Fill" option instead of "browser fill".

Thank you all so much!!!

Adam

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Must have been a very old verison of muse? Great that you got it finally .

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