And all the manual pages go on and on about the grids and breakpoints etc, repeating endlessly - so yes, I GET that, already! I understand how wonderful it is to be able to make a responsive site through tables that slide around and fit themselves in; I GET that. But what about a bit of info on how to (a) create images that will stretch, ie what size should I be looking at? and (b) how do I insert/import my image once I have placed an image element? The closest thing I can find is "Export" ... and that requires that I type in a path. Good grief! So it can't be that ...?
Also: What the heck is the difference between the Layout Designer and Site Designer software - the purpose, I mean? Why wasn't all this put together into one piece of software? It seems to me I have to jump around between all the different bits and pieces just to end up with one site? And if they all behave the same way ... what's the point of not merging them into one, the way Xara has done?
Sorry, I have spent hours wading through pages of information and it seems the manuals are as fluid as the site designs are supposed to be, but the software is not intuitive and the manuals don't spell it out. I am wasting hours on this; think I'll just go back to a software that will create a slideshow and is easy to just drop images into!! Unless anyone can tell me where the heck to find the info I need, without springing around left right and centre through the manual pages?
Thank you. I apologise if I seem tense. I have been working with software for 30 years, yet this has me flummoxed. Why not produce a TOC, at least, so I can go look for "how to bring your own images into your image content element"? SIGH!