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Muse site width changed by its own

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Sep 18, 2018

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Hi,
I am getting crazy with Adobe Muse ! After uploading my site on BusinessCatalyst, my whole Adobe Muse website changed its width in a weird way !Capture d’écran 2018-09-18 à 09.55.47.png
My site is set to have a width of 1160px and a margin of 20px 20px 20px 20px

and bleed of 0 15px 21px 15px

As you can see on the picture, the dark blue doesn't stop à 1160px as it should. What am I supposed to do ? We have more than 450 pages on this Adobe Muse website ! This is really getting me mad !

I hope someone can find a solution to fix this problem ?

Thanks in advance.

Whether you believe me or not, this happened on its own. I could fix the problem myself by setting the left and right bleed to 0px instead of 15px. I think there is a conflict between iPad and Desktop layout.

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Muse site width changed by its own

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Hi,
I am getting crazy with Adobe Muse ! After uploading my site on BusinessCatalyst, my whole Adobe Muse website changed its width in a weird way !Capture d’écran 2018-09-18 à 09.55.47.png
My site is set to have a width of 1160px and a margin of 20px 20px 20px 20px

and bleed of 0 15px 21px 15px

As you can see on the picture, the dark blue doesn't stop à 1160px as it should. What am I supposed to do ? We have more than 450 pages on this Adobe Muse website ! This is really getting me mad !

I hope someone can find a solution to fix this problem ?

Thanks in advance.

Whether you believe me or not, this happened on its own. I could fix the problem myself by setting the left and right bleed to 0px instead of 15px. I think there is a conflict between iPad and Desktop layout.

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In Muse almost nothing happens by itself .

You have to respect the boundaries in a fixed width breakpoints layout.

So this should not happen:

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It should be everything inside those blue guides:

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Hope that helps – Kind Regards,

Uwe

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Whether you believe me or not, this happened on its own. I could fix the problem myself by setting the left and right bleed to 0px instead of 15px. I think there is a conflict between iPad and Desktop layout.

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I assume you decided to use adaptive layout instead of responsive layout?

Uwe

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But I must admit, I have no idea, why Muse changed your layout by its own. Maybe it is a conflict between the different layouts but the different layouts between desktop and tablet and mobile should not touch each other.

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Uwe

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Yep, we used adaptive layout. In iPad layout we have set a 15px bleed and I remember already experienced that problem on iPad layout where everything just moved 15px to the right. I had to move everything back to the left.

This is not the first time I am experiencing weird things with Muse

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It may sound weird, but me, I can only recommend to go with responsive design. Of course to change your site with 450 pages may take a little longer than just one hour .

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Uwe

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