Here's the link Adobe Creative Cloud
I created a new muse file and tried to imitate the problem.
I was amazed to find out that I have that problem at desktop layer also.
I definitely don't understand something.
Thanks in advance
Quite a simple issue – if you make yourself clear, how layers are working in Muse:
Now all works as expected.
Layers in Muse necessarily are working site-wide, not page wide. What means, element on a master page are not necessarily placed on top of all other elements (if this were the case, you couldn’t create a background image on a master page)
So, you placed elements on your master page, went to layout page and continued to place elements. But these elements reside in front of master page elements and on the same layer as your master page elements!
Therefore I would suggest the following workflow:
Always create a layer only for master page elements, which have to be displayed in front of all other elements. Name it very cleaR as „foregroud elements“ or something like that.
Take care, that you don’t place elements – on master or layout pages – onto this layer. If you want to be sure, that this will not happen, lock the layer by clicking into the „padlock“ field:
By the way: thank you so much for respecting the „rules“ , when uploading a .muse file for investigation! You won’t believe, how many users simply upload their 200 MB site without any comment, hoping somebody will find a way though such a file’s labyrinth and isolate an issue.
Looking forward to see the next .muse file from you!
Günter, thank you so much for your help, tips and concern. You're answer is a very clear. Much appreciated.
I agree it's such a simple issue, to many things lay in front of us and we don't even pay closer look.
You've made my day (again)
You're welcome. I always try to be in others shoes and make sure that I made something as easy as possible for somebody.
Thank you so much.