I have some responiveness issues with my page design and Elementor.
It’s because of the switch of vertical navigation menu.
Is it possible to add an option that if the browser window is resized to XXXX the the menu automatically switches to the closed mode?
This would help me a lot and I bet I’m not the only one who runs into some issues here.
Here is an example:
3 columns have a way too much space as seen.
So I thought, jeah switch it to 4 columns..
But with 4 columns it looks bad when the window is resized to small.
Automatic swith to closed menu (or the option to do so) would fix this issue.
SRJuly 27, 2020 at 17:17 #15653
We have recently made it possible to save the open or closed state of navigation. In fact, when the user presses the open/close button this state is saved while browsing. However, this conflicted with automatically closing the navigation according to the screen size.
Best,July 28, 2020 at 10:40 #15680
ah I get that, but for responsiveness reason it would be nice to have the option for a breakpoint where it for falls back to the closed menu if the screent gets too small ~1300px (or custom value).
and get to the saved state when the window is made bigger again.
But I totally see why this is done.
Still tho, I hope you see the issue I have with a couple of pages now
Thanks for the fast replyJuly 28, 2020 at 12:27 #15688
As mentioned above, we’ve recently added new options to the vertical navigation, which seems to be the root cause of your issue. We’re still discussing what’s the best solution and the best course of actions to solve this.
We really thank you for your patience!
Kind regards,August 10, 2020 at 11:06 #16033
Could you confirm that you’re using either the “Elementor Full Width” or the “Elementor Canvas” page template to build your dashboard page please? It appears this limitation is bound to Elementor and its heavy use of inline styling to build the dashboard page.
However, using our “Dashboard” page template should improve the responsive behavior of your dashboard page as the columns and breakpoints are handled by Cera itself, taking into account the size of the vertical navigation.
By migrating from the Elementor page template to the Cera Dashboard template, you might need to recreate your selection of widgets. Currently, the selection of widgets is saved by Elementor, not WordPress. So, you might need to reorder or add widget in WordPress that you’ve previously added in Elementor.
Please keep us informed and tell us if this tip solved your issue.
Thank you.August 11, 2020 at 10:20 #16055
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