Is there a more detailed walk-through for this as opposed to the example
in the zip, perhaps something specifically for Muse created pages? I'm
pulling out my hair trying to understand how to get the default
navigation to show up in anything created in Muse.
I recently downloaded a long scrolling, responsive muse template to
test out as an article to see how it plays across the different devices.
I published it and converted it with the HTML article converter. It
looks great and all the templated interactive features seemed to work,
but the ability to tap on a non interactive area to bring up the
navigation bar wasn't working, basically causing me to be stuck in the
article. Did I miss something?