Breakpoints

Making your web pages responsive.

Adding Breakpoints

To add breakpoints to your page, select it and then click the Breakpoint button in the top-right corner of your selection. This suggests two breakpoints based on your Desktop size: Tablet (810 pixels wide) and Phone (390 pixels wide). You can create an infinite amount of breakpoints, and resize them at any time.

With your breakpoints set-up, you can start customizing your layouts to be more mobile friendly. In our example, we’re using a Navigation component that already has a Mobile variant set-up. To use this in your breakpoint, you can simply select the component, then switch the variant to ‘Mobile Collapsed’.

Breakpoints

Making your web pages responsive.

Adding Breakpoints

To add breakpoints to your page, select it and then click the Breakpoint button in the top-right corner of your selection. This suggests two breakpoints based on your Desktop size: Tablet (810 pixels wide) and Phone (390 pixels wide). You can create an infinite amount of breakpoints, and resize them at any time.

With your breakpoints set-up, you can start customizing your layouts to be more mobile friendly. In our example, we’re using a Navigation component that already has a Mobile variant set-up. To use this in your breakpoint, you can simply select the component, then switch the variant to ‘Mobile Collapsed’.

Breakpoints

Making your web pages responsive.

Adding Breakpoints

To add breakpoints to your page, select it and then click the Breakpoint button in the top-right corner of your selection. This suggests two breakpoints based on your Desktop size: Tablet (810 pixels wide) and Phone (390 pixels wide). You can create an infinite amount of breakpoints, and resize them at any time.

With your breakpoints set-up, you can start customizing your layouts to be more mobile friendly. In our example, we’re using a Navigation component that already has a Mobile variant set-up. To use this in your breakpoint, you can simply select the component, then switch the variant to ‘Mobile Collapsed’.