Hi, here's a link to a site:
Is there a way to remove the top margin? I'd like the boxes at the top of each page to sit right at the top of the browser window.
I've tried looking at the each of the page masters and the margins and padding are set to '0'. I can't see any other graphic elements off the page that could be causing it.
Any help would be much appreciated.
On Master there´s a "header line" and a " top browser edge-line" (or something like this) which should look like this:
If it look s like this:
grab the double arrow, showing up and down and move everything to the top.
Does this help?
Hi, tried that too, doesn't seem to work. Here's a shot of how the master page currently looks:
There's a menu widget set off the page, which I don't think is interfering with things. Does this make it any clearer? Thanks for your help.
OH PLEASE, PLEASE can somebody help? It's driving me nuts.
You don’t think, the widget interferes? Why don’t you test it, by temporarily deleting this widget? Then you will know it!
If you are working with Muse 2017.1 it may be a bug, which you can temporarily circumvent, until a bug fix version is released, by placing a bug fix widget as explained here in the first chapter („issue 1“): https://forums.adobe.com/thread/2374713
Oops, you might be right! I deleted one part of the menu... and it appears to be working. Turned out that it was pinned. Switched that off and it looks OK now. THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU!