Responsive CMS tools

Issues related to the CMS tools of WYSIWYG Web Builder.
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Responsive CMS tools

Post by madebyibloo » Wed Jul 12, 2017 7:07 pm

Hi Pablo,

Is there any news in the pipeline regarding responsive CMS tools? Maybe an option for rows and columns within the CMS view object?

I have a few CMS websites built with WB and love them and was thinking what the best option is as I don't want to rely on other platforms.
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Re: Responsive CMS tools

Post by Pablo » Wed Jul 12, 2017 8:23 pm

The CMS uses third party online editors, so I do not have any control over that functionality.
The CMS view itself is responsive.
I do receive very little feedback from users about the CMS tools, so my focus is on more often used functionality.

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Re: Responsive CMS tools

Post by madebyibloo » Wed Jul 12, 2017 8:36 pm

Thanks Pablo, I kind of thought that was the case.....hmmmm, the CMS could be a big selling point for the software but like you say, if you don't have much input on the cms from users then it makes it hard. I totally get it.

For me I love designing in WB so I'm trying to think of options, ill get back to you...
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