Your first question (accordion should push down elements in every breakpoint):
This in fact should happen, if the accordion isn’t pinned (what it isn’t in your case).
I reduced your sample site as far as possible and for me it looks like a nasty bug!
Here the example site, which provides a downloadable .muse file:
• In the widest breakpoint (768 px), all works as expected: The accordion pushes the green element downwards.
• In the narrow breakpoint (508 px) the accordion overlaps the green element.
In both breakpoints, there are no changes concerning the placed objects.
Your second question: Preventing a slideshow to stop, when a menu overlaps it, is not possible. To be honest, I never was aware of such a behaviour on a website.
I would like to know how to fix this bug if anyone knows. Thank you for your help.
You can’t fix this bug. This is up to the Muse team.
But there is a nice workaround using the "Hide in Breakpoint" command:
At first go to your master page to breakpoint 768 px, ungroup the menu elements (accordion, text, logo) and make sure, that at breakpoint 768 px the accordion option "Overlap items below" is switched off. (It isn’t at the moment.)
- Copy the hamburger menu and delete it
- Use menu "Edit/Paste in Place" to insert the hamburger menu again.
- Right click onto it and choose "Hide in other breakpoints".
- Go to breakpoint 508 px, "paste in place" the hamburger menu again, right click onto it and choose "Hide in other breakpoints".
- Do the same in breakpoint 364 px.
Delete your fluid width breakpoint at 320 px, because it is completely unnecessary: 320 px is also your minimal page width. Where to should you page elements "flow" to in this case?
Now you have a hamburger menu in every single breakpoint, and all will work as expected.
Thank you thank you!!! i will try this now.