WISHLIST: enable widgets to be mobile responsive
We use several of the WA widgets on our website, and as we continue to re-design the site to be more mobile responsive we find the widgets/iframes are not mobile responsive. WISHLIST: please nable widgets to be mobile responsive.
Tom Kuder commented
This is very much needed for any org using WA on the back-end of their existing website. The responsive code (html, css or whatever) should be generated out of the box by WA. It should not require users to have html or css coding experience. Three other apps I use - Wistia, Convertkit and Hubspot - all provide responsive embed code. I spoke to a WA Coach about this, and he had no suggestions other than to hire a partner to code it.
Agree. We need ability to view the mobile site appearance while designing and editing web pages because they do not always look good. Also need the ability to manipulate the mobile view - at least with repositioning and resizing objects.
Yes. Definitely. This.
Heathe Kyle Yeakley commented
I switched our website to WordPress and I'm using WA's WP plugin to export widgets. I too would like to see responsive widgets on the WordPress side.
Corinne Colbert commented
YES. I'm redesigning our website using a lot of WA widgets and am frustrated by their static nature. The directions for customizing the widget width is still for a static size, not a responsive one. When even my middle-aged+ members are switching among laptops, tablets and phones, it's odd to be stuck with a 750-pixel iframe.