Has anyone successfully created a mobile version of their desktop for courses? If so, can I see the example? I'm having difficulty getting both of them to work together for a quality look.
Can you please be a bit more specific? If you are talking about wanting to show your Windows desktop on a mobile phone, there's going to be some obvious problems. Is that what you are trying to do?
Or are you talking about having a responsive course that can be viewed either on a desktop computer or a mobile device?
Hi - It would be using the built in mobile features within Captivate. So a true transition from desktop to mobile not just responsive rendering.
I'm sorry but I am finding your explanations quite confusing.
Are you saying you DO NOT want to use Responsive? (You can of course just publish to HTML5 without creating a responsive project, but content designed to look fine on a desktop would likely be unreadable on a mobile phone.)
What do you mean by 'built in mobile features of Captivate"?
Same confusion here? Why do you talk about 'responsive rendering'? Captivate has two different workflows for responsive projects:
Have a look at this post which has links to two examples of same topic:
My suspicion is that you confuse with the result of some other tools which claim to have 'responsive' projects.