Sections and containers

whdmike
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whdmike posted this 01 December 2018

I don't understand how this works, but I don't get it your concept behind sections. If I want to have responsive site, I need to work with containers. But why sections are not already the containers? It is a pain in the ass to create mobile site. Why do I need to edit site in each of the views - desktop, computer, tablet and mobile. When I edit section in Elementor, I set it and it is done, it is automatically responsive in all four areas. This is too much of a struggle to basically create four websites because of that. Or I my getting something wrong?

I don't understand how this works, but I don't get it your concept behind sections. If I want to have responsive site, I need to work with containers. But why sections are not already the containers? It is a pain in the ass to create mobile site. Why do I need to edit site in each of the views - desktop, computer, tablet and mobile. When I edit section in Elementor, I set it and it is done, it is automatically responsive in all four areas. This is too much of a struggle to basically create four websites because of that. Or I my getting something wrong?
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Willem
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Willem posted this 01 December 2018

Containers are just there to keep different parts together. But i have to agree with you that the concept of having to change everything in every different view is a pain. For "normal" html websites i just use a few codes and javascripts to fit them in every view. Also aristeer was able to do this. After a few months working with Nicepage i still have no idea if it will every become an usefull program. Till now i mostly use it for webpages with alot text, so the text is most important and the layout doesn'have to be complex. It's a fast working program for that kind of websites, but when the layout gets complexer i prefer to build i website with a normal html editor. And as long as the program isn't able to wrap text around an image positioning images is a pain.

Containers are just there to keep different parts together. But i have to agree with you that the concept of having to change everything in every different view is a pain. For "normal" html websites i just use a few codes and javascripts to fit them in every view. Also aristeer was able to do this. After a few months working with Nicepage i still have no idea if it will every become an usefull program. Till now i mostly use it for webpages with alot text, so the text is most important and the layout doesn'have to be complex. It's a fast working program for that kind of websites, but when the layout gets complexer i prefer to build i website with a normal html editor. And as long as the program isn't able to wrap text around an image positioning images is a pain.
Support Team
Support Team posted this 03 December 2018

Hi,

In general, Nicepage example Sections are responsive. They were created and adjusted to look ok on all screens. But if you create a new Section from scratch, some adjustments may be needed. Nicepage is trying to make the custom Section responsive as much as possible. But in any case, manual adjustments are needed as we don't know what final result you want to achieve. If you have any specific layout with which you encounter problems, please let us know.

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Hi, In general, Nicepage example Sections are responsive. They were created and adjusted to look ok on all screens. But if you create a new Section from scratch, some adjustments may be needed. Nicepage is trying to make the custom Section responsive as much as possible. But in any case, manual adjustments are needed as we don't know what final result you want to achieve. If you have any specific layout with which you encounter problems, please let us know. ................................................... Sincerely, Olivia Nicepage Support Team Please subscribe to our YouTube channel: http://youtube.com/nicepage?sub_confirmation=1 Follow us on Facebook: http://facebook.com/nicepageapp
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