I have an issue with my phone layout. When I turn the phone from portrait to landscape orientation while playing a video, it stops the video and redirects the phone to the tablet version of the site.
My largest breakpoint in my phone layout is 414 fixed, tablet layout is 768 fixed. Smallest Desktop BP: 815 fluid, min width 769.
Try it yourself: ON A PHONE, go to https://www.hedinger-design.com/phone/subway.html then play the video, and turn your phone to landscape after it starts. This behavior is really annoying. How do I stop it?
That's what you get with an adaptive site -- separate pages for different sized devices. You really need only one responsive page that works well in all devices, regardless of size and orientation.
Bootstrap is a very popular responsive framework used by millions of sites worldwide. But Muse doesn't understand Bootstrap and never will. So to use Bootstrap, you have to switch to different software like Dreamweaver, Pinegrow or Bootstrap Studio among others.
Just a gentle reminder that Muse is EOL and support will end soon on March 26.
It should be quite easy to copy your tablet and phone versions to a single responsive site by using fixed width breakpoints.
By using the same values, as you setup your adaptive tablet and phone versions you should not take too much time to fix that. Of course you don`t need bootstrap in Muse but as Nany mentioned, support for Muse will end pretty soon.
If you need some more help, let us know. I hope you know the idea of using breakpoints in Muse?
It may look like this on your side:
After changing this your page will loke like this:
You can then add breakpoints by rightclicking the "1160" section in the breakpoints-barr either add a breakpoint or change its value to your needs.
Hope that helps,
Thanks everybody. I managed to fix it by changing some of the breakpoints.
I started this site in muse and by the time I realized support had ended and that muse isn't that great in general, I decided it is best to just finish it and roll it out. In the meantime I've already started building the site in dreamweaver instead.