The graphics on my header bar is being cut off in the browser, it is as if everything in the header bar has been moved left about 200 pixels. The master page shows it correctly and in Muse CC2018 they act fine but when I do a preview in a browser (Safari or Chrome) the elements are cut off. Each item is pinned to their respective corners and it makes no difference if I have the breakpoint set to fix or responsive it still happens. If I preview the master page is it all fine it is only happening on the pages I've added content to.
In Muse all elements are in the right place:
When previewed in Safari or Chrome elements are all moved to the left and cut off:
Nothing else is affected and the footer seems to be working fine.
Hope you can help.
Pinning should b used very rarely in the current version of muse.
Could you provide a simple .muse with your elements?
Sorry I'm quite a novice when it comes to Muse (I usually use Photoshop, Illustrator and Indesign), what do you mean by "provide a simple .muse with your elements?"
And how do I get my header elements to stay at the top of the page is I don't pin them there? I've been trying to learn off the net but much of the tutorials I've founds are from 2012 or 2014 and I believe this latest version of Muse has automated a lot of old ways of doing things.
Delete all pages but one and as many elements as possible, which are not related to the issue, you described, and follow these instructions: Please Provide a .muse File to Help Us Fixing Your Issue!
Reducing your site makes it much simpler for us to analyze it and find the problems.
Additionally: Did you find these two knowledge sources:
OK, done that, and it looks like the problem is that the header bar on the master page is set to "fluid width" while the actual Muse page is set to "fixed width", is it not possible to have a fluid header over a fixed width layout page?
No. Fixed width pages have fixed width elements.
One „exception“: You may set some elements (rectangles, slide show heroes, …) to „Stretch to browser width“)