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Discussion in 'Mac Apps and Mac App Store' started by jblagden, Jul 14, 2016.
How do you make a site that was designed with Sandvox mobile-friendly?
I have been using sandvox for 5 years. I may be able to help. What exactly do you mean by "mobile-friendly?"
Easier to navigate on a mobile device. Though, I wouldn’t want to simply set up the site for mobile devices. I’d like my site to work well on both mobile devices and computers.
The strength of Sandvox is its ability to easily "contain", navigate, and present ("play") multi media content (slide shows, mp4's, pics, anim gifs) that are mostly made with other apps outside of Sandvox. It cannot, of itself, create code to build path animations, hide/show content, etc.
You need to use a "responsive design" such as those made by BlueBall.
But Sandbox's future seems uncertain.
That was my concern, lack of any meaningful updates from the Karelia raised some flags for me when looking at web development apps. I tried Sandvox a number of times, but at this point in 2016, I find what it does to be limiting and lack of attention causes me to worry that it will go the way of Freeway