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So I just reuploaded the entire site for like the fifth time, this time in a new folder so everything would upload fresh. And, it's still not auto-playing. I did notice that there are none of the little pre-loader images uploading from MUSE into my images folder like they do when creating a slideshow.
Are there supposed to be any of those happening? Maybe that's the problem because the previews probably don't need the preloader images???
Anyway, Prabhakar, my site is now up online again. Please ignore any strange formatting of my menus because I am transition another site's content over to this one:
I really need to get something up live on this page, so the actual site home page I took the composition widget off and am going to put up just a regular slideshow. I used the Composition widget because I want the activity dots appearing underneath.
So, I've uploaded a test page for you. I'll send you my .muse link and the test page link.
I actually have sub-menus created on my last two menu items "Resources" and "Community" and those are not working on the site when it's live online either.
Something weird it happening with the scripts or something??!!??!!??
This is NOT the correct answer to my original query. If Prabhakar had read my post completely, I mentioned I was taking the site up and down to get it to try to work properly.
Either way, his reply here is NOT the answer to my problem. I hope folks don't ignore this thread now because it is not resolved.
This thread should be unmarked as "Resolved" because it has not been, I was told to call MUSE Support. Please unmark it as having a solution.
When I get an answer from Support I will post the correct resolution here.
Well ~ I did a test and uploaded my site online through Business Catalyst then everything worked fine there. So, I ended up calling MUSE Support.
Support's suggestion was: rather than using DreamWeaver to upload my site via FTP, I use the option to just upload to my server using the "Upload to FTP Host" under the "File" menu.
This fixed it all! All menus are running fine now, and my MUSE slider on my testing page is working too. Although, I have a third party slider running on my home page now.
She said it seemed for some reason DW was not getting all the files it needed to run my site properly. So maybe a new bug??? Who knows???
Anyway, my site and all it's components are working perfectly now ~ yay! Hope this helps someone else!
Thank you Prabhakar too!