Hello I did a website on muse with an computer and a mobile versions, when I try to look on my phone it’s the computer version who come on the screen not the mobile one.
Somebody have an idea how to solve that ?
My website : evanrenaudie.com
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I remember to have seen this design earlier this year, correct? I also remember that we told you to do not adaptive but responsive design only. You mixed it. So some devices do not recognize your phone version - why should they? There´s almost a phone version because you did setup your elements to be responsive in width and height and so you could just delete the adaptive part and publish the website as it is with only the responsive part. You may be in need to add a breakpoint (remember to have seen that, too in at least one post) for mobile approach.
If you do not know how to do this (I´m sure to have seen that as well), move to another app.
No offense but this is not good web design as you can clearly see from my little screenshot.
Start over with a responsive layout in a modern web authoring app that's in active development like Dreamweaver, Pinegrow or Adobe Portfolio which includes hosting and comes free with your Paid Creative Cloud Plan.
I know it's not, but it's not suppose to be like that, it what I'm saying, why my mobile version doesnet come up on my phone ?
Follow Uwe's advice and rebuild the layout responsively with to another tool. Muse is not the right tool for you.
Opposed, to what Nancy wrote, it can be done in Muse but needs some learning curve. You may group those misaligned elements to have them as desired on your bigger breakpoints.
Anyway. to answer the question read my first post. You mixed up adaptive and responsive, it is not recommended and very tricky, so better stay with responsive only, add a breakpoint for smaller devices and minimum width of 320 and you should be pretty much done.
If you don`t want to change your elements behaviour just delete the adaptive part and so the mobile version and see what happens.
I also recommend (but I did this already much earlier) to go with fixed width breakpoints instead of fluid width breakpoints. It is still good enough to do so.