Mobile web Builder

Portable Web Builder

It makes it simple to build a mobile copy of your pages without the need for additional outside work. It makes it simple to build a mobile copy of your pages without the need for additional outside work. A mobile site has a different set of tools and the creation of a mobile site is slightly different from a normal site. The mobile pages are built on jQuery Mobile (http://jquerymobile. com/), a mobile web application development tool.

jQuery Mobile works on all major smart phones and tables. jQuery Mobile is built to work in a highly reactive environment.

Click "New mobile page" on the Ribbon or Page Manger. This means in most cases that the item uses the full width of the page. It is also possible to change the full width to wrong, in this case the entities will be linear so that they have a constant width.

Normally all items are placed side by side (they float in the document), but there is also a lay out raster to place items in lines and column. A further distinction is the way you stylize an object. In contrast to a normal page, all mobile jQuery items are designed by designs and patterns.

Use the Mobile Theme Manager available from the Tools pull-down list to design and edit them. REMARK: jQuery Mobile is a third-party JavaScript lib. While you can still move items from the Toolset to the page using dragging and dropping, you cannot navigate the precise location of the item because it is added to the page stream.

This means that the first item is in the top right of the page and the next item is directly after it. Once the full width of the selected item is selected, the next item is under the item. Allows you to adjust the orientation (left, middle, right) of the items in the page property.

In order to get a good impression of what a mobile page will look like, just drag-and-drop a headline, bottom line and list view onto the page. You' ll find that the headline is added to the top of the page and the bottom footline is added to it. List view (and all other objects) are inserted between headers and footers.

You can specify the page and object topic in the page properties. You can also modify the design pattern on most items to give it a different look than the remainder of the page. You can now view the results in the web browsers and see that all items fill the whole width of the web browsers!

When you are linking to other jQuery Mobile pages, you can also see the page transition.

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