I know that Muse doesn't fully support mobile devices at this point, but it should be possible to have at least some level of consistency on how the websites are displayed when opened in a mobile browser.
My website is supposed to fill the browser window, but when viewing the site on a mobile browser, the pages are aligned to the left, and the 100% width elements are cut off. However, on some pages, it looks fine, and on other pages it looks even worse.
Here are some screenshots that shows how differently the pages are displayed. I have also included a screenshot from a normal browser window. What can I do to make the site look "normal" on a mobile device? I have tried using some viewport meta tags, but I can't seem to get it right. Please help! It's embarrassing to have a company website that looks ridiculous when opened in a mobile browser.
This is the front page. As you can see, the horizontal header and footer has been cut off, and the page has been aligned left instead of filling the browser window.
This page is displayed even worse! The header and footer has been cut like above, but the whole page is scaled down to expose even more unnecessary gray space to the right.
This page is displayed correctly! However, other pages pages with the same bookshelf have the same issues as above.
This is how the website looks in a normal web browser. The header and footer follows the width of the browser.
I'm sorry for the bad experience that you're facing. However, since it is known that Muse currently is only designed for desktop web browsers, and Muse team is looking for as much feedback from users designing websites for mobile devices, could you please provide link to your website that you're trying to view on a mobile/handheld device.
With that piece of information Muse team will further investigate and work on rectifying display issues on mobile devices.
www.copycat.as is the site we're building in Muse. It's not a site built for mobile devices, but it should still look the same in a mobile browser as it does in a regular browser. Now it just looks wrong. At some point, we will build a mobile site as well, but some users still want the option of viewing the desktop site, and especially iPad users would often prefer the desktop version.
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I have created this website and all works good on pc. However on Ipad the 'Portfoilo' button doesn't work to reveal its submenus and therefore cannot go to these pages. Not good, please help.
Any idea of when? I think Adobe should be more upfront with Muse's limitations. I have created and committed to building some websites only to find that they won't work on mobile devices. Considering most people have some kind of mobile device I feel I have completely wasted my time - unless this is something that can be fixed soon.
The "correct" behavior for elements with both rollover and click behaviors on Mobile Safari is that the first tap provides the rollover behavior and a second tap provides the click behavior. For menu items with submenus this behavior is broken. The first tap both shows the submenu and follows the link on the top level menu item.
We don't have a fix for this yet, but it should be fixed for the next quarterly release of Muse (curently looking like late August).
The list of supported browsers is in the FAQ page of muse.adobe.com.
We have also updated the Getting Started with Adobe Muse (Part 7) tutorial to include information on how to approach consistency in your design across multiple devices: