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Hi, i want to make responsive website but with scalable effect. When i use 3 pages with screen tags i became 3 breakpoint but without this effect like in link above.

Can i do this with exportkit?

Thanks for ansewere me.

Sincerely

Karol Kiepas

Added June 4, 2017 4:04 pm

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Hi,

We will do our best to explain how to do what you are asking, but some things will require a deeper level of understanding.

Required

You will need to create a custom class to manage your CSS image background: http://exportkit.com/plugin/environments/css/create-custom-css-class-styles-for-html5. You will need to ensure your image container has width:100% set in the CSS.

Scale Images / Div

METHOD A – This is very simple, if you create a ${class} tag with a folder – it will remove the element area (top, left, width, height) – this will now reset the div to act normally.

METHOD B – You can create a custom CSS class to reset any element and apply the class to that element.

.reset div, .reset img { position: initial; top: initial; width: initial; height:inherit; } 

Or manually change the CSS to meet your needs.

Scale Background

This is very simple, you can apply the custom image class from above to your body tag, your background image will act normally.

Try these first.

Answer by admin ★★★
Answered On June 6, 2017 5:27 pm #

Hi, i think it will be nice to make scale-able element like images, sliders and image backgrounds.

Answered On June 5, 2017 8:24 pm #

Hi,

This is possible and will require a few steps to accomplish. Before we explain, is the for your [body/] tag using a background for the entire webpage – or is this for an individual [div/] element?

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Answered On June 5, 2017 2:42 pm #
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