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Lightbox Composition Close Button breaks page

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May 28, 2018

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Hi!

I have a problem with a lightbox composition that I am using as a (hamburger) menu, placed at the top of the master page (NOT pinned). I have a page with quite a few textboxes with text (duh!). They are responsive to the page, so when resizing the browser the textboxes decreases in width and increases in height (because of rowbreaks), pushing the footer down. But when going in to Muse and checking the box for "Close button" in the composition and going back to the browser, the textboxes start to overlap the footer (increasingly with smaller window). The footer is set to "sticky". The composition doesn't even need to be opened for it to happen, only by activating the close button in Muse makes the problem appear. This only seems to happen on one of my breakpoints. Any clues?

/Sven

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Correct answer by sirqus | Community Beginner

I've seemed to fixed it. The whole composition couldn't be responsive, but had to be set to "None", for it to work as intended.

/Sven

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Lightbox Composition Close Button breaks page

Community Beginner ,
May 28, 2018

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Hi!

I have a problem with a lightbox composition that I am using as a (hamburger) menu, placed at the top of the master page (NOT pinned). I have a page with quite a few textboxes with text (duh!). They are responsive to the page, so when resizing the browser the textboxes decreases in width and increases in height (because of rowbreaks), pushing the footer down. But when going in to Muse and checking the box for "Close button" in the composition and going back to the browser, the textboxes start to overlap the footer (increasingly with smaller window). The footer is set to "sticky". The composition doesn't even need to be opened for it to happen, only by activating the close button in Muse makes the problem appear. This only seems to happen on one of my breakpoints. Any clues?

/Sven

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Correct answer by sirqus | Community Beginner

I've seemed to fixed it. The whole composition couldn't be responsive, but had to be set to "None", for it to work as intended.

/Sven

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What's the URL please?

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I've seemed to fixed it. The whole composition couldn't be responsive, but had to be set to "None", for it to work as intended.

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