Hi. I’m trying to understand what RPL does in the new version of Freeway Pro 5.5 (not meaning to sound dumb)
Has RPL got anything to do with how people see my website in their browsers. I find that when my friend views my website on her Windows PC, my pages stretch and she has to scroll (unlike on a Mac). I have set my pages to the smallest height I can fit my information on eg. I’m trying to keep my page height to: 768 and have the width set to 900.
If RPL isn’t for this, is there a setting I can set to stop my pages being stretched by different browsers. Another friend said there must be a setting where I can set something to be 100% ???
Basically it turns a regular drag-and-drop style website into a box-model style website. Now it’s not just BAM and there it is, it takes some work to get it set correctly and there isn’t a 100% foolproof way to get it work. So you will have to adjust the slider in the actions palette to find the right amount for the action to work right. There will be instances where you have to apply the “No Relative Page Layout” action to items because again the action isn’t 100% in all instances. (Not SP fault, just with so many different designs…etc.)
The Relative Page Layout action is built for people who don’t know how to build an authentic box model style site and is useful as a learning tool until you can get there.