2 Replies Latest reply on Jan 21, 2018 12:27 PM by robboxxx

    Responsive question

    robboxxx Level 1

      Hi all

      I'm toying with a responsive design and I run into a problem.

       

      I have a slideshow that "scales" when the browser window is made narrower/wider. Thats fine.

      Underneath that slide show is a title an text that only moves horizontal zo the narrower the browser window is, the larger the gap between the underside of the slideshow and the title/text. Can I make the title/text to move up so that the space is proportional the same automatically? Or do I need to ad a breakpoint and move everything up accordingly?

      I included two pic's in the "before" and "after" state. As you can see there is a huge gap between them.

       

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        • 1. Re: Responsive question
          Günter Heißenbüttel Adobe Community Professional

          This should be fixable without using extra breakpoints.

          But since there may be different reasons, could you please do the following:

          • Create a new .muse file with only one responsive breakpoint.
          • Copy the slideshow and the first text box onto it.
          • Delete all images from the slideshow except one.
          • Check if the issue persists (I think, it does).
          • Save this new .muse file and share it with us using Dropbox, CC Files or a similar file sharing service.
          • You may follow these advices: https://forums.adobe.com/docs/DOC-8652
          • 2. Re: Responsive question
            robboxxx Level 1

            Thanks Günter.

            I did copy item after item into a new file. The "problem" was the text file starting with "info". After removing it everything worked fine. I made a new text box and it worked also. Problem solved. I guess some kind of setting was the problem.

             

            Everything works now moer or less the way I want.

             

            Thanks for the tip.