I have some images missing from my Muse site when viewed in a browser, but they are all showing in Muse, and in the preview.
How can I fix the issues please?
In most cases this issue arises, when images aren‘t named correctly (special characters). Please make sure, that your images file names (a) include a file extension (.jpg, .png) and (b) make no use of special characters (ö, ä, ß, /, …) or blanks.
The file, which you have placed into your Dropbox aren’t accessible here.
The alert: "You have to have a Dropbox business Account to access the files."
You Google account wants a verification from me. They will never get it! 🙂
Why should I contact Google and send them data?
Is it THAT difficult, to give us a working download link? We don’t need access to your Dropbox or Google Drive account, give us simply a download link of the .muse file.
Did you perhaps try CC Files, which you can access via your CC Desktop App (Tab "Files")
A Muse file isn't necessary. Simply post a URL to your online site where images are not displaying. It's probably related to blocked mixed content.
Yes, Nancy, I already asked this. Please feel free to read my first posting. But nevertheless: There may be other reasons for this issue. Therefore I mentioned both ways – link and .muse file – to find the reason. But we have nothing. No link, no file … So I think, you can‘t say, that a .muse file isn‘t necessary. I know lots of reasons, why the file may reveal the reason for this problem.
And again, Business_Money: Your download files can’t be accessed. I tried to tell you, that we only need the link to the file not access to your Google or Dropbox accounts. Please learn, how to create a download link. Dropbox and Google provide a user help. And: There is a file sharing possibility built into Creative Cloud. Use the "Files" tab in your CC Desktop App. But I am repeating myself …
Having a look at your link "business-money.com" we can see
That means: There is probably no server side content blocking in the game, but very likely many heavy layout issues.
In consequence we unfortunately can’t say anything without having a look at the .muse file
It doesn’t help, if you upload your link again and again. It doesn’t work!
… but I wrote here, that your Dropbxx and Google link are not usable. Just read!
Poooh! This is really heavy! There are so many layout issues, that I’d like to say: "Learn, how to use Muse, before starting to layout again (but this unfortunately wouldn’t make sense, because Muse is "End of Life"). Here only some of the issues:
Look at this sample file and tell us how it works. I modified it really quick and dirty, but if you have only a tiny idea, how Muse is working, you should get along with it: https://www.dropbox.com/s/flfqn5700iebzxc/For%20adobe%20to%20investigate_MOD.muse?dl=1
I omitted the text/image elements within the three colored rectangles. This of course can be done, but I think, you won’t succeed regarding your actual knowledge of responsive layout.
Here some links, which may help too:
Then I’d try this:
This should work.