2 Replies Latest reply on Mar 1, 2017 4:58 PM by Günter Heißenbüttel

    Master Page Issues

    Daryen Thompson

      Hi! I have a few issues :/

      First one - I created a menu and set the logo on the master page of my site: Screen Shot 2017-03-01 at 4.21.56 PM.png

      For some reason on my pages it appears to be floating in the middle whenever there is content on the page:Screen Shot 2017-03-01 at 4.22.56 PM.png

      The next one is that I added a full screen slideshow to my Home page, but it covers the menu, how can I make it appear behind it?

      Screen Shot 2017-03-01 at 4.25.20 PM.png

       

      Please help, thanks!

        • 1. Re: Master Page Issues
          Ussnorway Adobe Community Professional

          q1 = you set the site up wrong... I would need the muse file or a lot of extra screenshots to figgure out a fix.

           

          q2 = you can put the background screenshot on another lower layer to have the icon appear above it

          or if they have to be on the same layer for some code (widget perhaps) then right click the screenshot image and send it to the background

           

          p.s, ALL the fonts on that site are being turned into images. imo thats a mistake in web design and you should use web safe fonts... its your site mate

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          • 2. Re: Master Page Issues
            Günter Heißenbüttel Adobe Community Professional

            1. Did you inadvertently define the logo as a "Footer" object?

            2. You placed the image "above" your master page objects. Master page elements don't necessarily show up in front of layout page elements. Do the following: Open your master page, create a new layer above all other layers using the "Layers" panel. Then drag the menu and the logo onto this new layer.

            3. A problem, you haven't mentioned, but which will cause heavy problems: Can you see the small icon "T+image" at the bottom right of all your text- and menu containers? This indicates, that you used a system font. System fonts have to be converted to an image during output, because nobody can guarantee, that these fonts are available on your visitor's computer or devices. Use standard fonts or web fonts instead. These kinds of fonts are clearly marked and categorized in Muse's font menus.