The mobile is a touch device.
In muse make sure the gif layer is above other(s) that may prevent touching it on the mobile.
Just a thought
gif works well on mobiles... but the Apache Server may be blocking your screenshow code so I recommend you try "publish" the muse site to a temp Adobe BC
if that still gives you the same mess then give us a small copy of the .muse for testing
hi thank you for the suggestions!
I checked and the slideshow is on top and I tried it on a bc temp site and got the same result - gif animates in slideshow position 2 on desktop but not mobile.
code here: Dropbox - jennijennijenni.zip
hi again -- I checked the folder I exported for you and saw the slideshow was exporting jpeg crops as I was testing with an unsized version. I changed the slideshow frame to match the size of the gif on mobile and it works. I'll just have to do it adaptively at each size I suppose.
thanks for your help!
you can have the frame resize from one breakpoint to the next but the image needs to be "no resize" to stay gif
example; yum page
the drawback is the image will get cut off a bit in some sizes but the flash | gif part still works
to be honest I don't think a slideshow is your best option here unless all the images are going to be gifs... for 3 images with only one gif I would use a basic composition widget or even just state buttons because they can be set up individually i.e, "no resize" for the gif but allow resize for other image types
composition widget (basic or slideshow) = large image can go into small frame... set the image to no resize once placed
but a state button should remake the gif to be the same size as the state button (at its largest size)