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Replied by whyare April 21, 2014
Ok, but this "new feature" is something any programmer should be able to do.
I'm not even a programmer and even I know how this works.
Instead of fixed sizes, all sizes are calculated based on percentage of the size of the screen or parent object.
This is normal HTML function (for example you write width="100%" instead of writing for example width=1024). Using the same method for text would require a few lines of code but any professional programmer would be able to write that said code in a couple of minutes at most.
Replied by Ira Bel April 21, 2014
Please note that Flash and HTML5 are completely different platforms and technologies.
There are several features that work in Flash and don't exist in HTML5 and vice versa.
That's why auto-resize in HTML5 is not just a "fix", but a complete new feature.
At Wix we work instantly on new features, you can check for the updates here.
Replied by whyare April 21, 2014responsive template
Why don't they just fix this when it's already working in the Flash version?
How hard could it be to fix when it's already fixed in the old version?
Replied by crist371 April 11, 2014Responsive Websites
I wanted to know if the websites you provide can be responsive or if you currently have website templates that are responsive.
Replied by legaldefense4victims April 8, 2014How can our webpage be responsive and adjust itself
How can our webpage be responsive and adjust itself so a lot of unnecessary black background will not appear on bigger screens? Are there more responsive templates available? see: www.LegalDefenseforVictimsofWar.org
Replied by sametoxxo April 8, 2014RESPONSIVE WEB DESIGN?
We would love to see responsive design, i have lost almost 20 six customers; well i did their other RWD but they weren't as easy as six and it took time :) if wix takes to their wish list; they will be more popular. Thanks in advance.
Replied by seo-nonamepromotions April 3, 2014
Don't know who said some of the really hard neg. things about this topic. I have put on the wish list a need for dynamic or responsive layout, but I think Wix has an awesome product and is going up and up..
I do no agree with the mobile editor being an equal to the responsive design approach..
#1. SEO. Clearly Google has even pointed out that potentials for redundant content could be an issue.. with redirects to a sub domain or mobile domain for a website.
#2 The work to properly trim the fat using the mobile editor.. and ensure that it works on all mobile devices is NOT yet ideal. I have posted that the bar at the bottom is strange to some users and also covers a great deal of phone screen space for viewing.. no way to disable it? Also, the "fixed" headers and footers can lead to parts of the mobile site shifting from left to right as one is navigating up and down. For Wix budgets, work like this become a profit buster for WixProDesigners..
But, I think the future with many unknowns for mobile devices (ie. Size, compatibility, OS, etc.. on and on..) will definitely push platforms to provide a one size fits all approach. Soon, there will not be a distinction of "Mobile" vs. "non-Mobile" or what that even means. Updates and design changes.. integration of apps.. etc. All mean double or more the work with always having to use two separate development tools.
And.. It does matter regarding DNS, IP, WixAccount name and other DNS Records...for SEO.
Love Wix, but that is my 2cents on the issue.. for what it is worth.
Regards and Keep up the Great Development Wix has going!
Replied by jlnew0 April 3, 2014
It's absolutely ridiculous that Wix's templates are not responsive on different desktop sizes. I get the freakin' mobile site is responsive now -- great, that's at least slightly progress. But to be a web-building platform without responsive template design is actually laughable. And the horrid customer service -- telling customers FOR A YEAR that it's "merged onto a wishlist" and "coming soon" -- is disgraceful. It's embarrassing to show a professional website in an interview when you don't know if it will fill the screen or be a tiny speck in the corner instead. More than that, it's not acceptable. I will be switching web platforms and taking my domain elsewhere.