What happened to the templates for different size screens, ie iphone, tablet, desktop?
What should have happened to these? Talking about the android mobile chrome issue? These templates will also not work anymore in android mobile chrome and neither in some time on other browses not any more. These templates/the corresponding websites need to get rebuild using the responsive feature of muse.
If I got you wrong let us know.
No, I think he simply doesn‘t find the adaptive layout any more. But they still are there!
If this is correct: Go to menu „Page/Alternate Layouts“ and you are done!
And, what fotoroeder said about Android Chrome is correct. It simply shows the annoying market power of Google.
Thank you! I was panicking when I didn't find anything. I went to the tutorial area and watched one about changing sizes, but it seemed more complicated. . . Glad I don't have to do that. . . .
I"m actually trying to learn WP. . . I did the Linked In / Google tutorials. . . I made galleries and pages, etc. . . but still having trouble because there doesn't seem to be a "container" for all these items. . .
Then one day on YouTube, i found a tutorial about a muse - WP software. It's supposed to translate muse to WP, but looks as though the muse needs to be saved with a certain specialized template? I'm not finding that. . . Do you have any ideas?
Don‘t know, what you mean with „template“. You can create adaptive layouts (phone, tablet, desktop) responsive layout for all devices and publish the code to your domain, or export it to upload it via FTP.
Inall cases, you need the .muse file to modify your site. This file can‘t be read by a different application. It is just like a PDF exported from Word or InDesign. You need the source file to make changes. The PDF isn‘t enough, because it is only the output data.
Muse and WP are wildly different systems. Muse is for building static websites only. WP is dynamically generated from content stored in the server's MySQL database and populated to pages with server-side scripts. I think you're far better off using a commercial WordPress Theme that does what you require . I would keep Muse as far away from this equation as possible.