Discussion in 'All Other Widgets' started by xxnonamexx, Jun 29, 2016.
How can I make my menu when selected background to cover exisiting text on the page?
Please see attached. I sent to back and still the menu covers and the text in back shows through.
xx, I may be missing your issue, but could it be that you just need to add a fill color to your Menu?
The fill color is black which I thought the same but the menu is on top and the background text shows through
xx, could you possibly post a screen shot of your page in design mode, showing the fill and opacity settings?
This is what the nav menu shows.
xx, I really can't address how that widget responds, it's not one of ours.
You'll have to talk to the developers of the widget.
Do you carry a similar menu I can use. Thanks
xx, we have a bunch of different Mobile style menus.
Take a look at them in action on their respective product page.
Thanks I have been looking at the accordion widget menu which I used in the past. I am having issues for some odd reason. When I place the widget it automatically lists the name of the website and the menu names of the other pages. I can rename the website name to home but when I try to link each menu item to their respective pages it only allows me to link one of the menus in the list. I will keep fiddling around.
I notice when you add the widget an image appears once its placed from muse. Is there a reason for that image or is that the layer underneath it?
The image is a decoration that was added to 'spruce' up the looks and allow customization.
You could put the menu on it's own layer and then make sure that the menu layer is the top layer, that way everything would be beneath it.
I found out this is a bug in Muse and used a side loading nav widget which worked. Thanks
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