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Oct 12, 2017

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Hi,

Something weird here... My website has been fine all along, and just today I noticed that the scrollbar was disabled for one page. So I went ahead and fixed that in Muse and reuploaded my website to my ftp host. But now...

All the objects on my pages are displayed too high on the page. The first few items are behind the header. This is not the case in the design view, but only happens when I either preview or publish the page/site.

This is how it should look....

Forum screencap website.JPG

And this is how it looks:

Forum screencap website 2.JPG

I didn't change anything, even tried to open an old version of my website to upload that but it also happens there. Tried to open it in Chrome and Firefox, both the same problem.

Any help?

Best,

Anoek

Your issue is due to a bug in the actual version of Muse.

You can

  • use the temporary bug fix widget as shown here (first post, issue 1): https://forums.adobe.com/thread/2374713
  • wait, until the bug fix version is released (not so long from now I assume)
  • Change the grey rectangle, placed on top of your master page from „Stretch to browser width“ to „Responsive width“.
  • try the prerelease version. In this case you have to sign into the prerelease program here www.adobeprerelease.com. The prerelease version installs alongside your actual version and won’t interfere with it.
  • Revert to the last Muse version using your CC Desktop App. This only works with a (backup) file, which hasn’t been saved in the actual version.

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Images move around/up when published

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Hi,

Something weird here... My website has been fine all along, and just today I noticed that the scrollbar was disabled for one page. So I went ahead and fixed that in Muse and reuploaded my website to my ftp host. But now...

All the objects on my pages are displayed too high on the page. The first few items are behind the header. This is not the case in the design view, but only happens when I either preview or publish the page/site.

This is how it should look....

Forum screencap website.JPG

And this is how it looks:

Forum screencap website 2.JPG

I didn't change anything, even tried to open an old version of my website to upload that but it also happens there. Tried to open it in Chrome and Firefox, both the same problem.

Any help?

Best,

Anoek

Your issue is due to a bug in the actual version of Muse.

You can

  • use the temporary bug fix widget as shown here (first post, issue 1): https://forums.adobe.com/thread/2374713
  • wait, until the bug fix version is released (not so long from now I assume)
  • Change the grey rectangle, placed on top of your master page from „Stretch to browser width“ to „Responsive width“.
  • try the prerelease version. In this case you have to sign into the prerelease program here www.adobeprerelease.com. The prerelease version installs alongside your actual version and won’t interfere with it.
  • Revert to the last Muse version using your CC Desktop App. This only works with a (backup) file, which hasn’t been saved in the actual version.

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Your issue is due to a bug in the actual version of Muse.

You can

  • use the temporary bug fix widget as shown here (first post, issue 1): https://forums.adobe.com/thread/2374713
  • wait, until the bug fix version is released (not so long from now I assume)
  • Change the grey rectangle, placed on top of your master page from „Stretch to browser width“ to „Responsive width“.
  • try the prerelease version. In this case you have to sign into the prerelease program here www.adobeprerelease.com. The prerelease version installs alongside your actual version and won’t interfere with it.
  • Revert to the last Muse version using your CC Desktop App. This only works with a (backup) file, which hasn’t been saved in the actual version.

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Thank you so much! I didn't come across the bug list in my search. The workaround suggestion on the forum worked just fine.

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