When I make my changes in Muse, they either show up incorrectly when I view my live site, or the changes do not show up at all. I am uploading the files properly via Filezilla, but the end result is not what is shown in Muse.
The first pic is what I see in Muse, the second is what shows up on the web....please help!
I see the same as what you see in Muse except the "Spandrel" word under "Silk Screen" as it is showing in your screenshot. In case you modified that let me know.
This is how it looks on my side: http://screencasteu.worldsecuresystems.com/Cristi/2012-05-24_1821.png As you can see it's well positioned, except the word not showing.
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When you make your changes and export to HTML, are you then uploading your entire exported site or just the changes?
You should upload the entire site exported from Muse.
Please try publishing a trial to Business Catalyst. This will help us determine if there is something wrong when uploading or if there is an issue in your .muse file.
Please post the URL when you have done this.
If you don't have one, it will be created when you publish. There is no charge for trials. From the FAQ:
Adobe Muse allows you to publish your temporary website to Adobe Business Catalyst at no charge for a 30-day trial period. This gives you the opportunity to send a live URL to your client for review. All sites in trial mode on Business Catalyst will include the Business Catalyst domain, example http://website.businesscatalyst.com. If you decide to take the site "live" by paying for the monthly hosting, you can transfer your own domain and remove the .businesscatalyst.com subdomain. Or you can export the HTML and host the final site with a hosting provider of your choice.
When I view the BC site you created, the alignment/text of your sidebar on the products page matches your screenshot of Muse Design view. This tells me that something is going wrong when you upload your exported Muse site.
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