Need advice


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Here I am … I need some advice or a trick…: going to make my settings in Desktop-View, the settings are all gone in other resolutions. In RSD I don't have this behaviour …is it better to start in mobile resolution?
puncto – grafik & marketing
D - 69126 Heidelberg
http://www.puncto.info


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Here you can see the "website" with different resolutions. 1.jpg shows desktop-view. 2.jpg shows the next breakpoint in bootstrap. How can I save the settings into other views?
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puncto – grafik & marketing
D - 69126 Heidelberg
http://www.puncto.info


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As has been discovered in the posts above, Responsive Bootstrap Builder is Mobile First rather than Desktop Down. The same applies to Responsive Foundation Framer, as described here.

The newish breakpoint mode is available via the Modes button, which is the rightmost button in the top line. There are some notes on it here.

With Mobile First, I believe it isn't possible to save to a smaller breakpoint the settings one has made at a higher breakpoint.

Frank


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That's it! Thank you Frank.
puncto – grafik & marketing
D - 69126 Heidelberg
http://www.puncto.info


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| just bought bootstrap builder - would like to to print out the manual to read it. Any easy way do do this?


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Karl Walter Keirstead Keirstead wrote:
| just bought bootstrap builder - would like to to print out the manual to read it. Any easy way do do this?

In your browser, go to the File Menu > Print.
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Thanks . . I found it. The UI looks really nice.


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I managed to get a video to position itself and auto-run. I did this by posting the video to YouTube.

The problem is I have a license for this video that only allows posting on my websites. So, the option of making it public at YouTube is not going to work.

Is there a way at my website to "park" the video in hidden folder so that the only access is via a link on the pages where I want the video to run?


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What I would do is download the youtube video using this link http://www.clipconverter.cc/ then upload it to your server where ever you would like it and provide it as a link to your clients.

Hope this helps
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You could also set the video to be unlisted. Not sure if that would work with the licencing of the video. No one could search and find the video on YouTube but if they had the url they could see it.
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