Hi all, I’m wondering if someone can help me solve an issue.
I somehow messed up my breakpoints on my home page in attempt to create one for larger desktop screens. The new breakpoint says 1809 and up, and it’s creating problems when I expand my window (all the content goes blank on the site). I am wondering how I can solve this issue or possibly revert back to the 1000 and up?
Here are some screenshots:
- My breakpoints
- The issue
@junaw hey hey
that’s an interesting situation, indeed
page is blank and at the same time it is not
as per my check, I can see that the most of the content on Editor X (your new top breakpoint) is hidden:
Hi @andrewt thanks for your comments. You were right, I just needed to display the hidden sections and then copy the breakpoint from the standard desktop view and it worked fine. I am still having trouble with two sections when displayed on the large desktop:
- This has to do with interactions. On the standard view I am able to rollover the text below the diagram and the corresponding circles appear to indicate each step of the process. This works fine, but when I get up past 1800 breakpoint it seems like these interactions disappear. When I try to redo the interaction it starts effecting the lower breakpoints. For example if I try to make the circle in 1800 with 0% opacity, it affects the opacity in 1300, making the interaction not work properly. Any ideas on this?
- Is there any way to keep this repeater 3 rows of 3? Anything over 1550 it reorders itself to 4 rows over 2 and it just doesn’t look good.
Really appreciated your advice! Thank you!
you can decrease the size of Repeater just little but and it will be adjusted
as for this situation on breakpoints it is hard for me to tell from the check was done now, if you do not mind, I can create a support ticket, so we will take a closer look together with Editor X Customer Care team
@andrewt That would be great, thank you. Do you need any of my account info?
@junaw nope, ticket is already created, our CC team will reply to you via email