I have noticed that the anchor links I create in Muse do not work in the new Mountain Lion version of Safari, however they work in Chrome and the older version of Safari.
Is this something the Muse team is aware of?
Same issue here running Mountain Lion and Safari 6.0
I made a new site with an anchor link just as a test and it works on every browser (chrome, firefox) but Safari 6.0 running Mountain Lion.
If you are running Safari 6.0 on Lion or earlier then the link anchors will work with no problem. I am not sure if this is a Muse issue, or Mountain Lion bug.
Here is the primative test link: http://www.designbus.me/anchor/index.html
Please post finding / solutions!
...and while we are on the topic of anchors, Adobe muse anchors do NOT work properly on iOS 5.0 or earlier. Smooth scrolling is ignored and it will jump right to the section of the page in which the anchor is located at.
Thanks for reporting this. I can repro in Safari 6 and have filed a bug, which we will begin working on. If I find a workaround in the meantime I will let you know, sorry for the inconvenience! The iOS scrolling problem is a known issue that we hope to resolve in future versions.
The basic example I posted was done this way: Add text at the top of page and then add text at the bottom of the page. Click anchor icon to add anchor and place it at bottom of page just over the bottom text. Then select text at top of page and link it to the anchor you just created.
The issue is within the "museutils.js" file. By removing this file anchors will work again, but will not scroll in a smooth manor.
If I find a patch for the "museutils.js" file then I'll post it here for others.
Well another Muse update has come out and to much disappointment the same issues still exist with anchors. They do not work in Safari 6 running Mountain Lion, or iOS. Anchors in iOS have been an issue since the Muse Beta days... so I am now starting to doubt a fix for anchors in Safari.
im having the same issue too for my website.
works fine on PC & Mac across all browsers except Safari 6.
We've just released a new build that should address most cases of this issue. Please see the release notes here: http://helpx.adobe.com/content/help/en/muse/release-note/adobe-muse-re lease-notes.html.
Can you provide a link to your website so I can take a look? Note that vertical+horizontal movement at the same time still won't animate in Safari 6, it will jump right to the anchor position.
Colby i don't have still a website, but i'm trying to create it. so i thought to use this very nice function, but i did a try and nothing.
i upload the try on
take a look
Please try exporting via File -> Upload to FTP Host and selecting "All files" under "Upload." Alternatively, you can export to an empty folder and upload the files via third party FTP client.
Please use the Export as HTML feature to export the site to an _empty_ local folder. I'm confident the anchor links will work fine on that locally exported version.
The challenge is the files being generated by Muse are not what's on your server. If you upload the complete contents of the local export folder to a new subfolder on your server, all will work fine (assuming all the files and folders make it to the server).
I'm baffled as to why Upload to FTP Host would apparently fail with no error messages, if the Upload: All Files option was specified and the target FTP server and directory/folder were correct...
When you manually upload, what FTP client are you using?
I have a site that I have updated a number of times, the later versions do not allow scrolling to anchor points but earlier ones do. So this would indicate that the problem isn't with Safari, but with Muse, right ? I mean an eariler version of the site scrolls just fine both in preview and when I publish it.
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