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Mar 09, 2018

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Hi again,

Looking for some help. I've elongated my navbar on my master page. While in Muse it looks like it should be the same on all pages, but when I publish only the home page looks correct. All other pages have my old shortened navbar. It's as if it didn't update. What am I doing wrong?

Here's what it looks like in muse. Navbar is good everywhere.

Screen Shot 2018-03-09 at 3.47.08 PM.png

Here's what it looks like when I publish. The navbar is short on all pages except Home.

Screen Shot 2018-03-09 at 3.47.47 PM.png

The breakpoints are the same on all pages at these widths.

I'd appreciate any suggestions.

Thank you.

Sabrina

One tiny little mouse click and huge consequences :

In words: You have expanded some pages browser-wide, some others not.

This has of course consequences for all elements, which are placed on these pages.

–> So, to achieve a consistent behaviour of all pages: Either stretch all pages browser-wide by clicking the double arrow icon to the left/right of the breakpoint bar, or set all pages back to "standard behaviour“ (= scaling only page-wide).

Hope, this is clear? If not: Just ask!

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Nav bar on master looks different on different pages

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Hi again,

Looking for some help. I've elongated my navbar on my master page. While in Muse it looks like it should be the same on all pages, but when I publish only the home page looks correct. All other pages have my old shortened navbar. It's as if it didn't update. What am I doing wrong?

Here's what it looks like in muse. Navbar is good everywhere.

Screen Shot 2018-03-09 at 3.47.08 PM.png

Here's what it looks like when I publish. The navbar is short on all pages except Home.

Screen Shot 2018-03-09 at 3.47.47 PM.png

The breakpoints are the same on all pages at these widths.

I'd appreciate any suggestions.

Thank you.

Sabrina

One tiny little mouse click and huge consequences :

In words: You have expanded some pages browser-wide, some others not.

This has of course consequences for all elements, which are placed on these pages.

–> So, to achieve a consistent behaviour of all pages: Either stretch all pages browser-wide by clicking the double arrow icon to the left/right of the breakpoint bar, or set all pages back to "standard behaviour“ (= scaling only page-wide).

Hope, this is clear? If not: Just ask!

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It´s quite difficult to say anything without having the original .muse.

Share it with us via your Creative Cloud Files and a right-click on that file.

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Uwe

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Did you clear your browser cache? It may have still stored the previous website data.

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Cache does seem to be the problem because it displays this problem only in chrome. I have cleared cache twice but the problem persists. If I view in chrome from another computer it looks fine. I don't understand why clearing cache in chrome doesn't  fix the problem but it is not a muse issue in any case. Thank you for your help.

sabrina

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Oh no! My problem is not fixed. I didn't have the browser open wide enough to see the problem when I looked in other browsers. I still have a shorter navigation bar on all pages except home. The navbar is situated on the master page, so I do not understand how it can look different on different pages. Here is how the home page looks (this is how I want it to look)

Screen Shot 2018-03-12 at 1.59.15 PM.png

This is how the other pages look with the exact same browser width. The navbar is less wide.

Screen Shot 2018-03-12 at 1.59.25 PM.png

Any suggestions would be appreciated. Thank you.

Sabrina

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LEGEND ,
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Please do this:

Delete all elements on all pages, except the menu on master page. (This is necessary to reduce download and analysing time)

Save this .muse file under a new name, upload it to Dropbox or a similar file sharing service and post the download link here. Then we will have a look.

You may follow these instructions: https://forums.adobe.com/docs/DOC-8652

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OK. Thank you for taking a look. Here is the link to my reduced content muse file.

Adobe Creative Cloud

Sabrina

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One tiny little mouse click and huge consequences :

In words: You have expanded some pages browser-wide, some others not.

This has of course consequences for all elements, which are placed on these pages.

–> So, to achieve a consistent behaviour of all pages: Either stretch all pages browser-wide by clicking the double arrow icon to the left/right of the breakpoint bar, or set all pages back to "standard behaviour“ (= scaling only page-wide).

Hope, this is clear? If not: Just ask!

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Thank you!

I think I understand how this happened. I thought I previously had all pages to expand browser wide but I only had elements within the pages set to expand browser wise (photos, color blocks, etc.). I'm not sure how I accidentally had some pages set one way, and some another. I will need to be more careful in future, thank you very much!

Sabrina

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