Object properties the same, look different? **Solved**

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Object properties the same, look different? **Solved**

Post by Fredl » Thu Oct 11, 2018 4:32 pm

I'm working on a responsive site using a layout grid. I have 2 pages, and I want the content at the top of the page to be the same on both pages. For reasons I can't figure out the top of the 2 pages look different, even though I have made sure that the layout grid, font sizes, image sizes, and object margins are identical. Specifically I have an image on the left, and text of various sizes on the right, I'd like them to be inline with each other, but no matter how I set the margins I can't get the alignment right, or consistent between pages. Is there a way to examine properties that are not displayed when I right click an object and select "properties"? My goal is to have the top of the image inline with the top of the uppermost text on both pages of my site: www.1paradisecomputer.com for some reason the published result is never how it appears in the editor as far as the vertical alignment of the objects in the grid are concerned. Am I going about it wrong in the first place, where I could, or should be making a responsive sort of "banner" that I copy between pages? Thanks for any tips you might provide!

PS: I've been reading here about "responsive images", what makes an image responsive? From the Responsive Web Design FAQ it would appear that all photo images are responsive. I can't find any place to set that property, or to check if an object is responsive. Is it the placement of an object on a grid type, and the properties of the grid that makes actually makes it responsive?
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Re: Object properties the same, look different?

Post by Pablo » Thu Oct 11, 2018 5:10 pm

To be able to help you,, I need to see what you have done.
Please share the project with the two pages, so I can look at the properties.
Also, describe exactly where I need to look to see the differences.

See this FAQ:
https://www.wysiwygwebbuilder.com/forum ... 10&t=82134
what makes an image responsive?
An image can be made responsive/flexible by setting the full width property to 'true'

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Re: Object properties the same, look different?

Post by pajadt » Thu Oct 11, 2018 5:19 pm

Hi
you have Text3 which is invisble
Delete that Text3, find in Object properties, and delete, and margin be same

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Re: Object properties the same, look different?

Post by Fredl » Thu Oct 11, 2018 5:56 pm

That was it! Thank you so much! I appreciate it, once again shows that it's important to really study the object manager!
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Re: Object properties the same, look different? **Solved**

Post by pajadt » Thu Oct 11, 2018 6:50 pm

Hi Fredi, you are welcome.
Little about design.
I liked, very good, maybe try to add one more fonts for simply text, I SAY MAYBE, maybe look much better, little play with that, anyway, now is good like now, that is suggestion, and see what you can do with this navigation menu, other is very good

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Re: Object properties the same, look different?

Post by Fredl » Thu Oct 11, 2018 8:17 pm

Pablo wrote:
Thu Oct 11, 2018 5:10 pm
To be able to help you,, I need to see what you have done.
Please share the project with the two pages, so I can look at the properties.
Also, describe exactly where I need to look to see the differences.

See this FAQ:
https://www.wysiwygwebbuilder.com/forum ... 10&t=82134
what makes an image responsive?
An image can be made responsive/flexible by setting the full width property to 'true'
Thanks Pablo, Pajadt spotted some invisible text that was causing the trouble, Thank you for the "full width property" tip. I really appreciate the time you spend on this forum helping users of your great program!

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