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Master Page element bring to front for ALL PAGES

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Jan 01, 2017 Jan 01, 2017

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So many people have asked this and many questions have been marked correct when they have not be answered correctly.
Yes, I am aware of the feature request, but there has to be another way around this aside from pasting those elements needed onto every page separately.

I have a nav trigger button in a breakpoint that I want to have ON TOP of ALL page elements on ANY page. Unfortunately the mast page elements always display below all other page content.
What can be done? code edits?

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Adobe Community Professional , Feb 14, 2018 Feb 14, 2018
If you watch A-Master, only this page should show up, of course.Reason? Most people use it for their menus and footers and headers. Not all elements on all pages need the same breakpoints necessarily. I want (and many others) to watch out, if these elements which should appear at least on one or two pages behave like I want without any distratction of watching the HOME. That´s the idea of Masters. If I want to watch HOME, I do now take care of these specific items which only appear on HOME.Best ...

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LEGEND ,
Jan 01, 2017 Jan 01, 2017

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Unfortunately you don't tell us, what you have done up to now. So, nobody can tell, which answers were incorrectly marked as "correct".

Go to the "Layers" panel, create a new layer above all others and drag the elements, which should be shown in front of all others, onto it.

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LEGEND ,
Jan 02, 2017 Jan 02, 2017

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ON TOP of ALL page elements on ANY page

I think he is talking about the actual html... so its metadata on top then whatever is in the page body and last is any Master page code because the default for the internet is to view code from left to right and top to bottom.

the idea that you need code to be in any special order is something Google pushes for their SEO scripts but I don't know the point here?

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Jan 02, 2017 Jan 02, 2017

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Why do you think this?

This is one of those "let’s keep a secret" postings.

No example, no exact description of the problem.

And we can wait: The reaction on every single answer will be "I already tried this!"

Wha not give us the "whole story" from the beginning?

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Feb 13, 2018 Feb 13, 2018

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Gunter... no one knows. Adobe needs to address this.

None of these suggestions work for the latest MUSE. The "A-Master" Page should automatically be on top of the other pages, i.e. Home, Who we are, etc. It's not. Making another layer does not do it. Also, when previewing the "A-Master" page, the Home page should automatically open, of which it does not. When MUSE comes up with a solution, or anyone else, let me know, if I don't figure it out first.

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Feb 14, 2018 Feb 14, 2018

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If you watch A-Master, only this page should show up, of course.

Reason? Most people use it for their menus and footers and headers. Not all elements on all pages need the same breakpoints necessarily. I want (and many others) to watch out, if these elements which should appear at least on one or two pages behave like I want without any distratction of watching the HOME. That´s the idea of Masters. If I want to watch HOME, I do now take care of these specific items which only appear on HOME.

Best Regards,

Uwe

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Feb 14, 2018 Feb 14, 2018

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Hey patrickh,

Can we know what issue you are dealing with so it will be easy for us to find a solution?

Whenever we preview any page in Muse, it's that page which loads the first time.

Let us know if we didn't get your issue clearly.

Regards,

Ankush

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