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I NEED HELP...

Post by user7606 » Fri Dec 29, 2017 3:05 am

:oops: I did my website and I love this software... BUT!!! When i change the size of my images in one of the breaking points that affects all of them :(
So if I make all fit in 768 when i go back to default or 1280... EVERYTHING is smaller and shifted ..PLEASE HELP! I watched all the tutorial videos and there it says that changing the size or position on an image WILL NOT affect other braking points.... Is there a setting that i have to undo or... :?: :roll: THANK YOU!

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Re: I NEED HELP...

Post by BaconFries » Fri Dec 29, 2017 3:19 am

You can reuse the same image for all your breakpoints, to resize and maintain the aspect ratio just select and use the corner handles. Have you applied any effects to the image, if so this will make them non-responsive.
Please enable the highlight 'non-responsive objects' in the View menu.
See the following:
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Re: I NEED HELP...

Post by Magical » Fri Dec 29, 2017 3:30 am

Hi

I don't typically change the size of my images on different breakpoints, and you only need 1 or 2 breakpoints. Most of the time I only use 480 as a break point.

For anything above 480 I scale my images to 786 X 260. 800 x 300 also works and gives you a nice number to remember. For 480 and below I scale my images to 480 X 160. The minor stretches are barely noticeable.

Go through the document here http://wysiwygwebbuilder.com/forum/view ... 10&t=63817. Helped me a lot. You can take a look at www.xocomputers.com. It is using Layout Grids and has some pretty large images, you can view it on both desktop and mobile, it only has 480 as break point, but it scales fairly well.

Wysiwyg is really incredible once you learn all the tools.

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