There's the answer - using "format text on current breakpoint" option from the toolbar is what you just have to do.
In the above screenshots, the left-hand option is used to format any text in that particular breakpoint, and the option shown in right-hand side to format the text globally across all the breakpoints.
In your context, the option shown in left image is what has to be selected, and after that, you will be able to format your text accordingly at a particular breakpoint.
Hope this clears!
Does this lead to that I need extra text layers for each breakpoint? And this again must lead to the entrance/main question:
How does these several text layers react with inbrowserediting? Because, when I understood the tutorial from Dani Beaumont,
the content of text itself remains across breakpoints, but only, when it is only one text layer.
So the answer is not answered yet. It is only a small part of the question.
And I still do not know, how I can make the text resize. The only thing I can see, that the word-wrap changes, depending on the text frame.
No, you don't have to put any extra layer for this, all go in a single layer.
While editing the pages in IBE you get the option to navigate on different breakpoints and preview the site.
Please refer to this updated doc for some info on InBrowser Editing - Edit Adobe Muse site content from a browser
This seems like the correct answer - as I understand it right.
IBE allows me to edit text content and replace all images, except the following items:
- Images set as background fills in rectangles, image frames, and widgets
So, last and most important to understand - text can be all the same across all breakpoints, until I do only change its place from breakpoint to breakpoint.
When I start to change the size from let´s say, 18pt to 24pt, I need e new paragraph style and then I need another text layer? As I found out, changing size at one certain breakpoint, changed the size on all breakpoints.
So, if I understand it right, if the paragraph style is the same for all breakpoints (word-wrap can change because of the browser width),
I can choose "Format text across all breakpoints", but if I must change the size of text from 16pt to 24 pt - therefor need another, yet new paragraph style, I must change the setting to "Format text on current breakpoint"?
And - "Format text ..." presupposes a paragraph style?
Is this the idea behind it?
Thanks in advance
You got it absolutely right, that's the workflow of Muse IBE.
Thank you very much - I check and let you know about my finished website soon.