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Solved Making objects stay to the edge.

Discussion in 'General Muse' started by musesam, Dec 4, 2015.

  1. musesam

    musesam New Member


    Was wondering how I make objects stick to edge so that in the browser the site is full screen?

    I know how to do it with single images when you drag them the whole way across the screen but how do you do it when the object doesn't fit the full screen width?

  2. DjHerold

    DjHerold Moderator Staff Member Advisory Group

    Musesam, if by 'Stick' you mean that the object stays in a specific location no matter if the page is scrolled or not, then you would use pinning. This can be done in two ways. The typical way, is to use the pin area at the top of the Muse menu bar (it's the little area with two rows of dots, next to the 'footer' check box). Another way is to use 'Scroll Motion' and setting the motion areas to 0.
    If you are looking to use something, and still allow it to scroll, then you are looking at a different situation.
    In this case, the object you place must either be capable to fit full width, or it must be placed inside something that can, and will allow your object to stay to the side of your browser window. For example, if you place a text box at full width or an accordion widget at full width.
  3. musesam

    musesam New Member

    Oh ok so best thing to do is insert objects into a text box and it will fit the full width?

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