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Desktop to mobile - anyone successful?

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Jul 23, 2020

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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.

 

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Desktop to mobile - anyone successful?

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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.

 

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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?

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Hi - It would be using the built in mobile features within Captivate. So a true transition from desktop to mobile not just responsive rendering. 

 

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Karen

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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"?

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Same confusion here? Why do you talk about 'responsive rendering'? Captivate has two different workflows for responsive projects:

  1. Breakpoint views: where you have full control for a maximum of 5 breakpoints which are 5 different browser resolutions. For devices in between those breakpoints the layou of the highest breakpoint is used.
  2. Fluid Boxes: where all content is stored in containers (fluic box). Both content in a container and the containers themselves can be rearranged by Captivate to fit each browser resolution of the device, whether landscape or portrait. Less control, but quicker workflow.

Have a look at this post which has links to two examples of same topic:

http://blog.lilybiri.com/fluid-boxes-or-breakpoint-views

My suspicion is that you confuse with the result of some other tools which claim to have 'responsive' projects.

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