I have played around with this so much it hurts!
I have set the slide like this:
DESKTOP: 1422px x 800px
MOBILE (Ipad) 889px x 500px
Phone (Iphone) 480px x 270px
The problem is, the MOBILE (Ipad) 889px x 500px is USING the DESKTOP: 1422px x 800px – in the Ipad is showing the DESKTOP size i have set – NOT the Ipad size i have set!
I cannot get this to be responsive to the exact measurements above – this is where the issue is!
This is why i have to have 3 slides in the home page – which are all respectively hidden from each devices – depending on what the viewer is using to view the site!
Really dont know how else to explain it!Theme version: 8.0 WooCommerce version: latest
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Slider layout displays according to Revolution slider breakpoints mentioned in settings https://prnt.sc/1vu7keq
Width/height that you set here https://prnt.sc/1vuau56 are responsible for the slider grid (some kind of guidelines because in order to properly resize content in the slider, the slider needs starting point size values in order to make the responsive calculations) and it’s not the same as the breakpoint width.
I created text layers to explain you in more detail https://prnt.sc/1vuc1o4
Mobile landscape displays notebook layout https://prnt.sc/1vuagik because it has 812px width and notebook layout works for the 1023 – 778px
Mobile portrait displays the mobile layout https://prnt.sc/1vuam2h
You can change slider breakpoints in the Global settings https://prnt.sc/1vuchj9
So, build slider content taking into account this system.
this is all fine – but for a CAROUSEL slide – it wont let me change the width!
Also i have other slides in there – if i change the global setting will the other slide setting change too?
Yes, because the carousel type of layout assumes individual settings of the carousel https://prnt.sc/1vz9san that calculates width depending on the carousel settings you use.
If you change the global slider settings it will be applied for all the sliders you create.
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