Ability to set mobile specific customizations
I would like this to be an option too! I'm so happy with how my website turned out on desktop but the mobile version just looks awful.
Spent over a week on my website and FINALLY after finishing every little detail, I viewed it using my mobile, Yikes!
I had to add "For a better browsing experience please view the website using a PC or tilt your mobile horizontally"
PLEASE FIX THIS!
This is absolutely so frustrating. As a college student who can't afford the pricier website builders... it's amazing to me that Adobe hasn't considered adding a mobile editing section to Adobe Portfolio. Please address this...
Nelmer De La Cruz commented
Literally worked on some case studies and they look incredibly good on the desktop until I went on mobile. TRASH.
It candy asks to make the desktop version linear and boring in order to get it right for mobile.
A year later and we're still here.
Took hours and hours to finally customize my desktop website on Portfolio, but it looks like GARBAGE on mobile!
Why can't you guys listen to your users and do this, I would not expect this from a company like Adobe?? Spent all week working on my portfolio website to see that it's trash on mobile view which is how people will primarily be viewing it. I really don't think Adobe listens to any users feedback. Things that have been a big problem for over a decade are still not rectified.
Created my website. The desktop version looks great. Then, when checking ipad and mobile versions, it looks shocking with margins and type sizes all over the place. Why can't this be customised?
Katheryn Hartley commented
To customize widescreen and mobile device width options. For example, under the exsisting option to customize under "photos per row" add two rows for "mobile view: "2", desktop view: "4" to have more control over photo gallery layout.
Please look into this, it is very frustrating not being able to modify the mobile version. Especially when your desktop version is exactly how you want it and then the mobile version is a big mess.
I really need to change my mobile view, it destroys my portfolio fantasy, please.
Muhammad Faizan Atiq commented
Is Adobe Portfolio still being developed or just maintained?
This is a must feature that should be there, especially now that Google is ranking websites on mobile-first layouts.
Konstantin Malaev commented
I LITERALLY EXPORT ALL MY TEXT AS PNGS and place it on my website that way and align stuff using "max width". i stopped relying on your text engine a long time ago. takes a huge load on my website performance having every element as a png
PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE allow navigation to be standardized...
allow us to disable (or always enable) the hamburger icon!!!
Hundred per cent agree. Photos and videos respond ok but text does not look good on the mobile version, I get some widows, which does not speak greatly about my type setting skills as a graphic designer. Ideally we should be able to design/adapt for desktop, tablet and mobile.
Israel Lucas commented
Should totally be addressed. The discrepancy between the desktop and mobile version is huge, text size drops dramatically and full width/height pages are not consistent.
I agree, this is utterly disappointing and should be sorted asap! It looks so unprofessional.
Has anybody found a way yet to edit the mobile version?
I mean... Seriously ? Text sizes droping ridiculously when switching to mobile...
My artist bio (on mobile) shows up in an incredibly thin column where only 1-3 words show per line. It is really unprofessional in appearance and I'm surprised this is still an issue, when the initial complaint was made two years ago.
At the very least, font sizes on mobile should not all become 16pt. Header sizes and body text all look the same size on mobile due to these automatic decisions. If Adobe doesn't do anything about this I have to change platforms. (ie. choosing that everything above 64 pt becomes 32 pt, then everything everything above 16 pt becomes 16 pt, etc. ) We must be able to at LEAST customize font size automatic decisions on mobile.