Just wanted to see if it is possible that on a fluid design, when the screen size shrinks in width it, can it make the text frame longer in height so that the text is visible and also at the same time push the graphics underneath the text frame according how long its become... So when the text frame gets longer as its trying to adjust itself to make the text visible it makes other objects shift and shape with it.
That is the way it works. If you minimize the browser window, a responsive text frame shrinks horizontally, but grows vertically to keep the text visible. Element below this text frame will be pushed down accordingly.
when I preview the design on the browser, that dont seem to happen. Do I need to have a check box or a option selected?
No checkbox. Give us a screenshot of these element with guides and frame borders turned on in Muse.
Here is the screenshot below.
Also one other thing that has started to happen when working on the smaller breaking point.
The red background (rectangle shape) stays in one position when scrolling in the preview, like it does not scroll up with the rest f the content. What can be causing this?
If you make sure, that the image frame and the text frame don’t overlap, all will work fine!
That worked! Thanks a bunch!