Not working in responsive mode

torryra2
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torryra2 posted this 27 October 2019
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Hi!
I just wonder if its possible to just work in desktop mode and shutting off all other modes. Working with a non responsive design. So when viewing the site on an Iphone for example the site looks exactly the same as on a computer. Thanks in advance.
Peter

Hi! I just wonder if its possible to just work in desktop mode and shutting off all other modes. Working with a non responsive design. So when viewing the site on an Iphone for example the site looks exactly the same as on a computer. Thanks in advance. Peter
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Support Team
Support Team posted this 28 October 2019

Hi,

No, it is not possible to disable responsiveness as that is the main feature of our application and nowadays all the sites are adjusted for the mobile screens.

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Hi, No, it is not possible to disable responsiveness as that is the main feature of our application and nowadays all the sites are adjusted for the mobile screens. ................................................... Sincerely, Hella Nicepage Support Team Please subscribe to our YouTube channel: http://youtube.com/nicepage?sub_confirmation=1 Follow us on Facebook: http://facebook.com/nicepageapp
torryra2
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torryra2 posted this 28 October 2019

Hi!
Thanks for the answer. I can understand your point. One cool feature though, would be to choose if you want one or all pesponsive modes thus giving the chance to work on just two designs. Nevertheless you are doing a fine job with the app.
Best
Peter

Hi! Thanks for the answer. I can understand your point. One cool feature though, would be to choose if you want one or all pesponsive modes thus giving the chance to work on just two designs. Nevertheless you are doing a fine job with the app. Best Peter
Support Team
Support Team posted this 29 October 2019

Hi,

Thanks for the feedback and for the suggestion. We would be glad if you would use Nicepage as your design tool. Feel free to contact us with any questions you may have.

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Hi, Thanks for the feedback and for the suggestion. We would be glad if you would use Nicepage as your design tool. Feel free to contact us with any questions you may have. ................................................... Sincerely, Hella Nicepage Support Team Please subscribe to our YouTube channel: http://youtube.com/nicepage?sub_confirmation=1 Follow us on Facebook: http://facebook.com/nicepageapp
contact244
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contact244 posted this 13 May 2020

Should absolutely be an option to turn it OFF. It's a horrible "main feature". Website look perfect in computer mode and horrible in all other modes.

What's even worse is that it's not possible to edit each mode manually. If you delete a content in smartphone-mode it deletes it from all other modes as well.

Should absolutely be an option to turn it OFF. It's a horrible "main feature". Website look perfect in computer mode and horrible in all other modes. What's even worse is that it's not possible to edit each mode manually. If you delete a content in smartphone-mode it deletes it from all other modes as well.
torryra2
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torryra2 posted this 13 May 2020

Yes, I think that far from all sites are in need of dedicated alternatives in all views. Some sites are really good enough in computer mode. There is a thing called zooming on smart phones and we all are used to that nowadays. ;-)
But Nicepage is a very fine contender should this be possible for the user to choose.

Yes, I think that far from all sites are in need of dedicated alternatives in all views. Some sites are really good enough in computer mode. There is a thing called zooming on smart phones and we all are used to that nowadays. ;-) But Nicepage is a very fine contender should this be possible for the user to choose.
charlie61
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charlie61 posted this 13 May 2020

I agree with contact244, it’s hard to work with responsive modes because it’s always stick with the desktop (main) design. This causes problems because you can not design the responsive design in a way you want it to look without destroying the desktop mode or vice verse. It works really bad actually.

I like the suggestion that you should be able to turn off responsive modes if you would like to, but, the main problem here is that you can not create a good desktop site and a good responsive site. You always have to compromise in one or other view. Impossible to get it right!

Responsive designs must be completely free from desktop design and changes (completely changes, all of them, content, pictures, texts etc) should not be affected in each other views, to be able to get the design right in each mode.

Today this doesn’t work and I believe many people struggling with this problem.

Thanks
Charlie

I agree with contact244, it’s hard to work with responsive modes because it’s always stick with the desktop (main) design. This causes problems because you can not design the responsive design in a way you want it to look without destroying the desktop mode or vice verse. It works really bad actually. I like the suggestion that you should be able to turn off responsive modes if you would like to, but, the main problem here is that you can not create a good desktop site and a good responsive site. You always have to compromise in one or other view. Impossible to get it right! Responsive designs must be completely free from desktop design and changes (completely changes, all of them, content, pictures, texts etc) should not be affected in each other views, to be able to get the design right in each mode. Today this doesn’t work and I believe many people struggling with this problem. Thanks Charlie
torryra2
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torryra2 posted this 13 May 2020

Yes,the solution is designing on desktop mode and the app makes an interpretation to a chosen smartphone mode that you then can modify and the modifications are only visible on the actual smartphone mode. As a designer you want total freedom in the designing process and being able to work as easy as working in InDesign for instance.

Yes,the solution is designing on desktop mode and the app makes an interpretation to a chosen smartphone mode that you then can modify and the modifications are only visible on the actual smartphone mode. As a designer you want total freedom in the designing process and being able to work as easy as working in InDesign for instance.
Support Team
Support Team posted this 15 May 2020

Hi,

The responsive view is the most common way to present the site on mobile devices nowadays, really only few modern sites can be found presenting the default desktop view on the phone with the zoom option.
So please consider editing each mobile view as you wish.

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Hella
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Hi, The responsive view is the most common way to present the site on mobile devices nowadays, really only few modern sites can be found presenting the default desktop view on the phone with the zoom option. So please consider editing each mobile view as you wish. ................................................... Sincerely, Hella Nicepage Support Team Please subscribe to our YouTube channel: http://youtube.com/nicepage?sub_confirmation=1 Follow us on Facebook: http://facebook.com/nicepageapp
silascumlaude
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silascumlaude posted this 2 weeks ago

How can I edit each device layout, so that changes don't affect the other? Responsive mode is worthless, if I can only get the layout to look good one one type of device, because I if try to adjust any of the others, the changes spill over, so I keep going back and forth adjusting and then re-adjusting. Why can't I lock one device layout, so that changes in the other devices don't affect it?

How can I edit each device layout, so that changes don't affect the other? Responsive mode is worthless, if I can only get the layout to look good one one type of device, because I if try to adjust any of the others, the changes spill over, so I keep going back and forth adjusting and then re-adjusting. Why can't I lock one device layout, so that changes in the other devices don't affect it?
Support Team
Support Team posted this 2 weeks ago

Hi Silas,

We have replied you in this ticket - https://nicepage.com/questions/160424/responsive-mode
Thanks for understanding
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Ahmad M.
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Hi Silas, We have replied you in this ticket - https://nicepage.com/questions/160424/responsive-mode Thanks for understanding ................................................... Sincerely, Ahmad M. 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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