Responsive design scroll effects problem

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Oct 27, 2017

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Hello,

I have watched the following video regarding creating a scrolling menu. Scroll Effects with Responsive Design - YouTube  Having followed the steps exactly, it would appear that I have a very different effect all together. My menu ends up appearing behind all of the text and I don't know how to fix it. I'm sure its something straight forward but cant find my answer anywhere. Below is what i've ended up with Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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Oct 27, 2017
ankushr40215001 Oct 27, 2017
Hey jayf,If I understand correctly, you want the content to scroll beneath the menu, correct?Please ensure that you have the menu placed on the topmost layer as shown below.Let me know how it goes.Thanks,Ankush

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Oct 27, 2017

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There´s a layer order. Everything that is on top, hides everything that is below.

You should take care about this. If you need further assistance, show us a screenshot from your layers panel.

Be aware that it is easier for us, if the layers and the elements inside the layers are named in a common sense.

For the menu it is good practice to have it on the master on top and take care that even on your page/pages nothing is inside this layer.

If you use breakpoints, I recommend to first finish design in this breakpoint before designing in the next breakpoint.

Best Regards,

Uwe

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Thank you for your advice.. I have made the components on my master Layer 1 and changed everything on the homepage to Layer 2 and now the menu bar appears in front.

If you look at my screenshot below, I'm actually trying to gain an effect where it scrolls past my logo section and then catches the menu bar where it remains at the top of the page for the rest of the scroll. Is this achievable using Muse?

Thanks again!

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Would be useful and much faster, if you provide a .muse, reduced to your issue with only some elements, that show your issue/question.

Only one page, if we need the complete menu, just delete the content of the other pages and save as a new file for check purposes.

Best Regards,

Uwe

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Hey jayf,

If I understand correctly, you want the content to scroll beneath the menu, correct?

Please ensure that you have the menu placed on the topmost layer as shown below.

Let me know how it goes.

Thanks,

Ankush

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