that is exactly how you do it. Make a rectangle and change the fill, 'select scale to fill' or original and then select the position. It might go pixely while it loads the image but if you optimize the image better it will load faster. What are the file sizes of the images you are using? You should be able to optimize really big images to under 500k.
If you have done all of that it could be a bug.
how do you 'make a rectangle' that resizes with the browser? surely a rectangle with a fill setting will stay the same as the browser moves around it, no?
If you make the rectangle touch the far edges of the canvas area it will span width or resize with the browser.
they do keep tucking away features we don't know about don't they? or maybe i'm not paying enough attention!
Ya. I am starting to think that a lot of people are having a problem finding all of the tutorials Adobe has for Muse, because they do have a lot, outlining pretty much everything you can do with Muse.
Maybe they need to better structure the site so the learning materials are easier to find?
Your method does not work for me.
I created a rectangle, filled with an image, selected scale to fill. But it doesn adust with the browser. It just creates a horizontal scroll bar....
Sorry, it does. I just needed to reduce the size of the image and it is fine now.