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Why doesn't my accordion menu overlap content? Muse 2018.0

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Jan 24, 2018

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Hello,

I actually want my accordion menu to overlap items. Here's the short and sweet for reference (for the record, I have zero issues with it pushing content down😞

1. Added the accordion menu to the A-Master and sized it properly. Checked 'can close all' because I originally wanted it to push items down.

2. Added a vertical menu within the container and positioned it how I wanted it.

3. Bingo! Everything pushed content down perfectly at every breakpoint—again, it was set to 'can close all'.

4. Decided to see if it would overlap, so I unchecked 'can close all' and checked 'overlap items below'.

5. Problem: Soon as I checked 'overlap...' the vertical dropdown menu automatically dropped down and doesn't disappear when I click the menu button.

6. BTW, I'm not using a hamburger or any icon. I edited the text within the menu container to simply say 'MENU'.

Again, 'can close all' works fine. But doesn't set at 'overlap items...' I haven't seen any discussions related to this (I've searched and searched and googled).

Isn't the 'overlap' feature supposed to do this? Much appreciation for any tips or help here!

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Why doesn't my accordion menu overlap content? Muse 2018.0

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Hello,

I actually want my accordion menu to overlap items. Here's the short and sweet for reference (for the record, I have zero issues with it pushing content down😞

1. Added the accordion menu to the A-Master and sized it properly. Checked 'can close all' because I originally wanted it to push items down.

2. Added a vertical menu within the container and positioned it how I wanted it.

3. Bingo! Everything pushed content down perfectly at every breakpoint—again, it was set to 'can close all'.

4. Decided to see if it would overlap, so I unchecked 'can close all' and checked 'overlap items below'.

5. Problem: Soon as I checked 'overlap...' the vertical dropdown menu automatically dropped down and doesn't disappear when I click the menu button.

6. BTW, I'm not using a hamburger or any icon. I edited the text within the menu container to simply say 'MENU'.

Again, 'can close all' works fine. But doesn't set at 'overlap items...' I haven't seen any discussions related to this (I've searched and searched and googled).

Isn't the 'overlap' feature supposed to do this? Much appreciation for any tips or help here!

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Is the accordion pinned?

If yes: Pinned elements aren’t allowed to influence others. The reason: Unpinned element flow behind pinned elements. But re-reading your post, I understand, that you don’t want elements below being pushed down, but stay fixed, correct?

Could you please share a small .muse file with us, containing only one page and only 3, 4 elements (the accordion and one element below), which show your issue?

You may use Dropbox, CC Files, or a similar file sharing service. Here you find some hints for sharing your .muse file: https://forums.adobe.com/docs/DOC-8652

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