responsive web design in wysiwyg 11?

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responsive web design in wysiwyg 11?

Post by ps76 » Mon Apr 16, 2018 5:08 pm

I am on version 11.6.3, and decided to follow the guidance "Must read" about responsive web designs from the very start. But already have problems with step 2 - "first make sure the Output format of all text is set to Default...etc". I simply cannot find the "text properties" page depicted in the guide, so that guide is not helping me a lot.... Perhaps it has to do with my version - is vers. 11 not suitable for the responsive design - or where is the text properties hiding?

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Re: responsive web design in wysiwyg 11?

Post by Pablo » Mon Apr 16, 2018 5:14 pm

- Right click the text object
- select "Object Properties'

Note that this true for all objects.

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Re: responsive web design in wysiwyg 11?

Post by ps76 » Mon Apr 16, 2018 8:32 pm

Found it - thanks.
Still wondering if I can use my present website - www.granvista.dk - and modify it, to be responsive - or if I need to make it all over again.
Also wish I could find a step by step guidance from scratch to the final result, creating a responsive website from the very start. Item 1 - do this, item 2 - do this etc.

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Re: responsive web design in wysiwyg 11?

Post by Pablo » Mon Apr 16, 2018 8:37 pm

You can make your existing website responsive by adding breakpoints.

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