Suggestions for Responsive Site...

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Oh, and another thing: it would be good to have the option when making a styling change to a particular breakpoint to choose whether that change applies to that specific breakpoint or whether that change should apply to all breakpoints. As it is, I could change the background colour (for example) to a different colour on one breakpoint and then that change occurs across the board, when I only want it to apply to one breakpoint.
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Being able to create folders for each subsection and page is a great attribute in the event you are doing a very large site.
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Is it possible to get support for rounded corners and shadow in later versions of RSD?
I used most of yesterday to learn how to use RSD and I think I got the hang of it.
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Wilford wrote:
Is it possible to get support for rounded corners and shadow in later versions of RSD?
I used most of yesterday to learn how to use RSD and I think I got the hang of it.

It has always had these features. Check out "BORDER" and "EFFECTS" at the bottom of the "Design" tab.
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Hmm, still have much to learn ;)
Tnx. :)
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Eric Rohloff wrote:
Hi Brian,
CC made the Responsive menu builder before RSD so I think CC's logic was to not add the additional bulk and price to RSD. You can make menu's in RSD with a little forethought. I think a user was asking about that just a few days ago. What kind of menu are you looking for?

Sorry I deleted my post.
I understand where your coming from. It's pretty easy to put external source menus in RSD. CC put a lot of thought into the resource tools and it will bring a whole directory tree in with one click.
I can't hear what I'm looking at.
It's easy to overlook something you're not looking for.

This is a site I built for my work.(RSD)
http://esmansgreenhouse.com
This is a site I built for use in my job.(HTML Editor)
https://pestlogbook.com
This is my personal site used for testing and as an easy way to share photos.(RLM imported to RSD)
https://ericrohloff.com
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Still at a loss as to why it's still not possible to hide that damn right side panel so I can see all the breakpoints. CMD+K hides the panel but also hides the breakpoints (apart from for a second). CoffeeCup's workaround (which they've even put into a popup window to tell you) is to drag the window towards the left and stretch the right side by using the resize cursor. Then you can see the breakpoints that are usually hidden by that right panel.

Now I've just bought a couple of new 24" Samsung monitors so the resolution is higher meaning RSD has a greater number of pixels I can design for. So now I can see the breakpoints that were hidden on my 20" dated Sony Bravia TV (that I was using as a monitor), however I still run into the same issue for when I push that slider to a higher pixel width. It's just inconvenient and is bad UX. Could I politely ask that you sort it out, CoffeeCup?
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BZ wrote:
It may be easy to put "external" source menus in it, but you shouldn't have to. Especially when that major function is already built into web creation software that's less money or open source.

I agree :)

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Andrew Moss wrote:
Still at a loss as to why it's still not possible to hide that damn right side panel so I can see all the breakpoints. CMD+K hides the panel but also hides the breakpoints (apart from for a second). CoffeeCup's workaround (which they've even put into a popup window to tell you) is to drag the window towards the left and stretch the right side by using the resize cursor. Then you can see the breakpoints that are usually hidden by that right panel.

Now I've just bought a couple of new 24" Samsung monitors so the resolution is higher meaning RSD has a greater number of pixels I can design for. So now I can see the breakpoints that were hidden on my 20" dated Sony Bravia TV (that I was using as a monitor), however I still run into the same issue for when I push that slider to a higher pixel width. It's just inconvenient and is bad UX. Could I politely ask that you sort it out, CoffeeCup?


Hello Andrew,

I usually don't respond to these types of messages but this time I felt compelled too.

Although your argument holds some merit I do challenge you to find a better piece of software on the market right open source or not.

So now I can see the breakpoints that were hidden on my 20" dated Sony Bravia TV

I don't think any software company on the planet will design there software to work with dated TV's ...

It's just inconvenient and is bad UX.

I also completely disagree with this statement. I believe that RSD has some of the best GUI and UX of most software companies world wide. The amount of thought into user experience is insane, not only that but pair that with the outstanding customer support and an amazing forum of amazing people volunteering their time and knowledge, its a total no brainer.

Could I politely ask that you sort it out, CoffeeCup?

Now I would concede that having the ability to hide the right panel would be nice. But to come into the forums and sound a bit condescending telling CC to get it together probably isn't the best approach. CoffeeCup has some of the most brilliant, dedicated,staff and coding geniuses on the planet. I may have taken this post wrong, please tell me if I did, but I just got the feeling that it was a bit rude and a bit misleading.





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It would be nice to be able to dock that panel left-right-bottom, whichever works best.
As well as for RLMP and CC MB. ;)
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