I have a problem on the following site if anyone has the time to look - www.alanquayledesign.com/pcnorth/index.html
On the child pages of the 'products' menu item the A-master navigation does not or any rollover images. The product page is set to 'include page without navigation' but the child pages are set to 'include page with navigation'. This same set up is foung on the 'news' menu item however the A-master navigation is working fine on the child pages.
Any help would be grately appreciated
This seems to have some element of browser compatability related to it as the top menu when in the products pages still works in iexplorer (was using firefox when originally posting) but the right sided menu fails to work in either browser.
I'm considering deleting the whole section and building it again (6 pages) to see if Muse has managed to scramble some code along the way
Bear with me if this isn't exactly right, but I think it's close. I can only decipher so much from the HTML/CSS without having the .muse file.
The blue gradient bars on the left and right of the master page appear to have been grouped. I can't tell whether you explicitly grouped them or Muse did it as part of the export operation, but I believe these bars on the master page are set as Footer Items.
There is a limitation/bug at present that footer items from the master page draw on top of items in the content area of a page the master page is applied to. This occurs on output, but is not represented as such in Design view.
In the case of your document, this is having the result that the transparent area of the group (from the master page) is on top of the navigation on your page and thus it's preventing your navigation from receiving any clicks.
To avoid this, either turn off the "Footer Item" option for these two gradient bars on the Master page, or ungroup them (if they were explicitly grouped).
I've just read the second line of your reply - I've been sitting here thinking (in photoshop mode) that could there be a frame that I've drawn out across the page that covering elements of the page that would take priority over the a master elements. Nearly wrote this reply before I fixed it thinking 'he's right he's right he's right! but held back just in case
You're right, you're right, you're right!
I'd grouped the two side bars because I couldn't get them to expand with the page so was altering heights manually.
To quote one of my favourite films - "and you sir are a steely-eyed missle man" (points if you can guess which film and what it means!)
Zak that's been driving me mad - thank you