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Hello!

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My export did not work out. I have to use dynamic height, but the html does not come out as it is in psd.

The problem with the button was resolved, but now they do not appear in the final file. I've exported a few times and I could not solve...

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Bárbara de Alencar

Asked by Barbara
Added May 5, 2017 12:24 am

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Answer by admin ★★★
Answered On May 5, 2017 1:32 pm #

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Answer by Barbara
Answered On May 5, 2017 2:00 am #

Hi!

The site is multiple-pages and has several heights. So I need to use Dynamic Height.

All elements are inside folders, except for bg. Here is the print of how it should be and how it is ….

Answer by Barbara
Answered On May 5, 2017 1:58 am #

Hi,

Keep in mind Dynamic Height is considered an advanced feature – so it may take some testing to get it perfect as required. A few questions first:

IMPORTANT: Dynamic height is only required for responsive designs or multiple-pages with various sizes.
(1) Can you describe your error in detail, eg. "my elements are not in the correct positions". 

Common Issue: http://exportkit.com/answers/why-are-elements-all-over-the-place-with-dynamic-height-enabled

(2) Can you provide a screenshot (drag and drop your image into the reply)

Quick Solution

Group all your elements into a single container similar to the image below:

Note that all sections are within a single content folder

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Answered On May 5, 2017 12:35 am #
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