I have uploaded my site via FTP to my own web hosting and my site is broken. My menus and slideshows don't work, my styles are all missing... everything is shifted to the left. What has happened and how can I fix it?
Problems with page formatting, missing images, interactivity, styles, etc. in the browser are generally caused by one of 3 things:
We have created some documentation on Using a third-party FTP client to upload assets to a hosted Muse site
I have a site that was working fine until today (10/9/13). I have not made any changes to the site recently, and even viewed the site without issue yesterday. I have since deleted everything on my FTP and tried to reupload with the same issue. All of the site's formatting is missing. What's going on???? I NEED HELP ASAP!
***I also tried resetting my site's permissions on my host (network solutions) with no luck.
I'm suddenly having the same problems. Some pictures only partially load, whereas a week ago everything worked fine. I have a slideshow embedded on my site that worked perfectly before and doesn't now, even on Adobe catalyst. The fonts aren't appearing as they ought to, as well. Something has changed within the software between then and now and it's really throwing me for a loop. Help!
Has anyone found a solution to their problem? My website loads correctly locally (folder structure on the computer). But after uploading it via ftp, the only thing that loads is the index.html. None of the pictures or anything comes through.
trevorward, the permissions on the uploaded folders are set incorrectly so the browser can't access the files in those folders. What FTP app are you using? CyberDuck and some other FTP clients ommonly get the folder permissions wrong. Filezilla doesn't have this problem.
I don't have it up there anymore - It was for a site I wanted to re-do (originally done by someone else in php)- I spent hours working on it in muse and just as I had it the way I wanted, on the preview, through case catalyst, but when I sent it ftp (cyberduck) to our site hosted by godaddy, nothing was in place, the navigation bars were not working the way they were. After getting NO help through Adobe, I've started rebuilding it from scratch through dreamweaver. I can't even get to the current updated files on this computer because the sync doesn't work anymore, it turns off after a minute or so, without syncing anything - I will be cancelling my cc account on March 1st if everything is not as it is supposed to be, paying $30 a month for a year, and wanting to increase to $50 something? I don't think so.
Zak, I'm continually having a similar issue. Whenever I try to upload to FTP site (ipage.com), it continually freezes. Maybe 1 of 10 uploads processes correctly. I've tried every trick mentioned (new Save As, checking permissions, deleting the current site files) and nothing has helped. What is going on?
jfacts, I assume you're referring to the File > Upload to FTP Host... feature within Muse? Who are you hosting with? How large is your .muse file? Does File > Export as HTML... work without a problem?
In some cases a hosting provider's FTP will frequently timeout during upload of a large file, esp. over a slow connection. We may need to get a copy of your .muse file so we can attempt to reproduce the hang working with your hosting provider.
I am having intermitent problems with my site. Yesterday pages were not loading correctly when they have been working fine for months. I finally had to export from a fresh Muse file and reupload everything. Things seem to be okay now, but I want to figure out if the issue is on my end (how I constructed the site in Muse), an issue with my host server, or bugs in Muse to hopefully prevent this from happening again. Any recommendation on how to pinpoint this?
Background: the issue yesterday was some images not loading, the top nav bar was misaligned on one page only (this is a master item in my muse file), and on the phone version of my site some slideshows will load fine while others won't. Also an accordian menu was not showing up once uploaded but I could see it locally when I'd open that page's html file.
My site: vehiclesf.com
There are separate tablet and phone versions as well.