In my PLAN mode the colors for various pages (home, main pages and their "children") are different and as I designed them. But in MUSE (the application) PREVIEW and the browser preview, they are not as planned, but seem unpredictably different from the colors as designed.
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So far I have not gone live or published it on any host. I'm rather waiting for the preview to be right before I (afraid of the whole idea of publishing, being a novice) even try to publish it. We're going in circles. I won't go live until preview is right and you want to know how my published version is? But seriously, thanks for consideration. Going live, publishing is another matter I'll need help with (I currently publish that URL on Bluehost. I've subscribed to Adobe cloud and plan to transfer hosts.)
I have checked your file and it seemed all fine to me. I suggest that you can publish the web site on Business catalyst and have look at how the web site looks live on the internet.
Thanks very much, Abhishek. Moving on to Business Catalyst may well be the next thing left to me. But the implications are interesting: you seem to be saying that it is normal for Muse to present the site in preview less than correctly. But don't worry, it'll all come out right in the Cloud. Hmmmm.....
Different browsers behave differently and so does Muse's internal preview, which is a little out dated at this point. That is why there is a difference in the previews internally and globally.
Abhishek, thanks again! But it's so BAD, so annoying, so distressing. It's going to make me call a halt to proceeding with Muse at all. It's just not worth it. Disappointing. Doesn't seem quite up to Adobe standards, even beta. I've used and loved and couldn't get along without full Photoshop since Photoshop 4, updated faithfull (now with CS5). but Muse? Sigh.... WK
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