Normally, I'm one of those guys that doesn't ask for help, I usually figure it out on my own. Without slamming my head against my keyboard I find myself here. So I'm almost done with my site minus a few tweaks, but this one thing I can't figure out. My desktop breakpoint it perfect, however, you go smaller and there seems to be an element that is pushing my browser to the right like padding is my guess. This can be found only when viewed on mobile devices. Hope I described it good enough. Any help would be HUGE!!! heres a link to the test site. Thanks, guys!
Please read this document: https://forums.adobe.com/docs/DOC-8953
If you don’t find the issue, try to delete all element, which are unrelated to the issue (step by step) and upload the .muse file with us, using Dropbox, CC Files or a similar file sharing service and share the download link with us. Then we can take a look.
Thank you, Günter for your quick response. This is my first shot at using Muse and I figured the lightbox didn't need to overlay the container as it's pinned to be centered. Thank you for your help good sir
Update to this problem, however, I have found elements off the page, but it seems as I have a different problem. When I click on an anchored menu button it seems to scroll to the right of the screen. For the life of me, I can't seem to figure this out.
Be aware, that anchors should be vertically aligned and placed to the left edge of your page.
Why: Anchors work that way: The browser jumps to an anchor by trying to place it to the top left edge of the browser window. When the anchor isn’t placed to the left of your page, the page will shift sidewards.
To align the anchors: Select one anchor, right click onto it and choose „Select same (anchor)“, then use the „Align“ command in Muse’s upper control strip.
GOOD SIR! You're awesome! Thank you very much !
You are welcome!
Nice site, by the way. Clean and clear – just as I like it!