I have a very big problem in Muse CC 2018.1. I made some anchors, but when I tested the web, I realized that my buttons look weird - when the anchor is "active", the text transforms and can't fit. Do I have somewhere settings which do this or something like that? I really don't know, but I had to solve it very quickly.
(I watched some tutorials about anchors and that menus were in header too, but it worked... And I did something similar at school two years ago and this never happend to me.)
Please, can you help?
I think, you mix up some notions. Are you talking about menus, when you say „anchors“?
Could you please delete all elements from your Muse site, except these misbehaving „anchors“, save it under a new name and upload this .muse file to Dropbox or a similar file sharing service. Then give us the download link here and we can have a closer look.
I want to add the question, if you created the "normal" menu out of the box from muse or if it is done by text with links?
Anyway, there´s a way to setup text settings for each state called: normal | rollover/hover | click | active
From the menu it is kind of tricky to get the right element, which is visible in the top left menu in muses toolbar.
Clicking one more time:
Clicking the state (here: active)
Something like this for a simple text box:
If this still doesn`t help, please follow Günter Heißenbüttel advice, what you can do anyway .
You used too many single menu buttons, why? Just use one menu widget and set it up to manually instead of automatic,
and the menu will work fine:
The size of each button in each state will now be detected as expected.
Thank you so much, you are my rescuers!
Günter Heißenbüttel:Well, I didn't know about "Menu Item" settings and then I coudn't change size of the text, because my workspace is full and I haven't there "Text". Now I set it correctly. Thank you!
fotoroeder:Thank you for the information about states, I never worked with them. I have a menu widget, that is a thing I discovered
Thank you once more, now is everything ok!