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Responsive Mobile Layout Template
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dani
Registered User
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2015-02-27 01:24:16

Hi, do you have a Mobile Layout Template?

Best regards?


niko
Moderator
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2015-02-27 09:11:22

Hi,
you can use layout containers to make your website flexible and resizing in WebsitePainter. Some templates like the "brown streched" template use this feature a bit, but yes, we really should add a nicer example for this.


Tony
Guest
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2015-03-02 18:44:56

Complete useless without a Responsive Website Template! The world is mobile....


niko
Moderator
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2015-03-02 20:48:34

Well, it also works on mobile, so.. I guess you are exaggerating there a bit. But yes, for the next update, something like this would be nice.


tony
Guest
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2015-03-02 21:56:55

It doesn't build a 'responsive' site so what you get is a site for a desktop on a mobile device, yeah that works with a number of issues such as a lay out that suits mobile and tablet browsers, but it needs to stack the elements thus being mobile friendly which it doesn't and adding most people use mobiles now to view the web and all good websites are served up as 'responsive' sites, it is good development practice to have a 'responsive' site.


tony
Guest
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2015-03-02 22:13:49

Should have read:

that 'DOSEN'T REALLY' suits mobile and tablet browsers


fabrice
Registered User
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2015-05-20 16:33:41

Many users (83%) make the first research on their smartphone and if you analyse your traffic, 30/40% of them are on smartphone.
It's essential to have a template for smartphone to propose double access, and more professional to have a responsive website.
When it will be possible ?
Regards


mineu33
Registered User
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2015-09-20 01:47:23

moin Niko,

it would be a nice feature to create mobile sites from an existing project without doing anything.
Do you have some ideas in this case for the future?
I will like it, if it is planned.
Another good idea will be to make it possible to upload only new created content.

But what ever is planned, i like Websitepainter as it is. It's a nice tool.


niko
Moderator
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2015-09-20 20:35:16

Hi,
there is now a free responsive website builder available, named RocketCake: http://www.ambiera.com/rocketcak...
It works pretty much like WebsitePainter. However, it is not possible to convert a static, fixed website to a responsive website automatically.


dancer175
Registered User
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2017-04-19 10:09:51

so does this mean that if a already built a website with website painter 3.3 there is no chance to convert it into a rocket cake website? so i would need to rebuild everything from scratch? (we are talking about 21 seperate pages) would be really really frustrating...its messing all up on mobile devices, text over picture, cannot switch pages cauze everything gets all messed up especially on windows phones... pleaze help:D


erik
Registered User
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2017-04-20 06:20:25

Converting a non-responsive website to a responsive one automatically isn't possible. It needs guides by a human to tell which parts should move and adjust where to.

If you have troubles creating your responsive website, just send it to support, they usually help you with that.


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