Ability to set mobile specific customizations
pls fix the ability to change font sizes and background pictures for a mobile version. My website looks like **** on a mobile device...
It would be amazing if I am able to control the Masthead Background for mobile -- e.g. to have a video background for desktop, and none on mobile, or even better -- the ability to upload a different video background for mobile. All this has to do with very slow loading speeds on mobile.
I'd like the ability to increase the font size on mobile. You can customize it on the web but not on the mobile.
It is way too small.
Also, I'd like the ability to control the header image, how it looks on every device.
Matt McGill commented
"I want the mobile version to show the page description/custom fields. Otherwise, it becomes confusing for the viewer."
+1 to this comment. It allows date to show up as secondary field on mobile but not anything else. I'd allow all of it and/or have two toggles for each option - enable/disable for desktop and enable/disable for mobile.
[Deleted User] commented
Google Search Console detected issues on my mobile site.
*Text too small to read and click
*Clickable elements too close together
*Content wider than screen
I want the mobile version to show the page description/custom fields. Otherwise, it becomes confusing for the viewer.
+1. Mobile design options would be huge.
Sebastian Angel commented
I think it would be very helpful to have the ability to have page descriptions on the mobile version as well. They are shown on the desktop version, but it automatically disappears on the mobile version. Mobile version text container width and spacing editing capabilities would be great to have as well.
Thank you in advance for your consideration on this matter.
Text tend to fall apart on mobile. Specifically, it would be great to be able to customize text container width, line spacing, and text spacing for mobile.
There’s also an alignment issue with elements that are side by side (in desktop view). The pages get centralized on mobile but The elements remain aligned to whatever side they were on in desktop view.
Mason Romero commented
Yes, it would definitely be ideal to make adjustments (aside from the automatic "guessing" the service does when converting the desktop site to mobile).
Oliver Roozen commented
Looking over the comments, its clear nobody is having exactly the same issue and I think that is the heart of the necessity of this feature. We need more control so that we can provide great experiences on BOTH large and small viewports. My site falls apart on mobile with parallel elements and font size, which ends up aligning all the different sizes into one. We're working professionals not parents making a website for their kid; a lot of the time spent faffing with Portfolio is spent trying to circumvent its oppressive, railway-like simplicity.
Mobil is used 90% of the time fro sopping, making reservations, seeing schedules, ticketing, social media, news, event Entertainement. We should be able to start designing from mobil to desktop first
It would be huge being able to toggle on/off specific text container information on mobile/tablet like Page Descriptions or custom fields!
Mary Sargent commented
I really like the Hegen theme but the mobile version is awful. The gallery cover images are huge and other elements like titles and images don't scale proportionally. It makes sharing my portfolio on instagram or other phone-oriented social media very difficult. Can you make some design improvements to make the experience as nice as the desktop and tablet versions. Thanks! -Mary
Emma Masotti commented
Most people view websites on their handheld device, so it makes sense for the mobile version to be editable.
Joan Kristensen commented
This is a huge gap. UX designers are used to being able to spec sizes and positions through all viewports. What's rendering ok on desktop here really looks bad on the tablet and phone - background image positioning, font sizes and image stacks are all wrong. We need control over this, since the phone may be the first place our portfolios are viewed.
Joan Kristensen commented
Make it possible to customize font sizes, background image positions, image stacking for tablet and phone viewports. What looks fine for the desktop isn't rendering well in smaller viewports and currently no way to tweak.
I would like my Portfolio mobile layout to look more like the Behance mobile Layout. The current themes look amazing on a desktop, but is bulky on the phone for quick viewing. Maybe create a new "Behance" theme? or a mobile edit option?
I would also like a Landing page - The current options are to limiting.
Please enable this option. It is the most logical and important. All websites have to be well adapted and must be 'responsive'. Coming from Adobe this should already be included from the beginning. Please inhabit this option.
Agreed on text size being too small!