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I'm pretty new to Muse, so please forgive any obvious ignorance, but I had a question about the responsive width and height setting.
Basically, I'm designing my site in phone layout as I'm assuming that most of my clients will come by it via their smartphones and I have a page set up with a number of embedded Vimeo widgets. I've set the size of the Vimeo frames to have a width of 340px in order to suit the phone layout, and each have responsive width/height set, which is fine for viewing on a phone, but when I preview the site in a browser the Vimeo frames stretch across the browser width. I understand that they're doing that because I have responsive width/height on, but I think it would look neater if the frame resize was restricted to say 720px width. Is there any way to do this?
Thanks in advance for any help.
Why don’t you simply set a breakpoint at the point, from where you don’t want the Vimeo widget to be any more, and set it to „Resize: None“ in all wider breakpoints? Resizing attributes can be changed breakpoint-wise.
Thanks, thought there might be a simple solution that I was overlooking.
This IS a simple solution!