Are these links in a menu or on the page? It's possible there's a page element covering them on the lowest breakpoints. Please can you provide a link to the site online or share a cut-down copy of the .muse file via Creative Cloud, Dropbox, etc?
they are in dropdown menu and on page. Ive only just realised the email link doesn't work. I am reinstalling my website so cant send a link for another 15 minutes
Mobile version is the problem. Also the contact form doesn't work so I'm taking that off again
Dropdown menu does work it is just the other links in the mobile version
Hi David, how can I get rid of it? Some pages are ok.
The home page is fairly short, so the container extends down over your links, whereas other pages have a lot of content, so it falls short. This is an odd one, though, it's not supposed to remain on the page when it's closed, for exactly the reason you're experiencing.
Can you share a cut-down version of the .muse file on Creative Cloud, Dropbox, etc., it only needs the menu and perhaps the home page. That we it'll be easier to work out why this is happening.
Hi David how can I do that?
Thanks. This is foxing me a little as to why it's leaving the ghost container. It's possible that it's a difference in the way Muse constructs a responsive width object compared to a 100% width. There is a small amount of the container that you can drag up, which means it doesn't obscure the footer links.
As you aren't pinning the accordion, have you considered unchecking the Overlap Items Below option so it pushes the content down, rather than overlapping it? That would solve your problem.
I did a new dropdown menu but that didn't help. In the end I just unchecked overlap items below. Not ideal but at least my links now work