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#1

I wanted to know how to make a website built with your online tool can be completely compatible with screen resolutions as defined in the following image:

I need to show it on a TV but when the page appears the elements of the pages spread around.

Here is the link of the page:
https://preview.webflow.com/preview/creativia?preview=c9c76306bd09fecc61ebe5a840162be9

and here i attached the screenshot of both PC and TV views:


Here is my public share link: LINK
(how to access public share link)


#2

Hi @wguzman, thanks a lot for the good question. I think the issue might be that there is nothing constraining the elements on the page in terms of width. The page looks differently on different devices/monitors, because the wider the display, the more space there is.

If you want to have a consistent look, I would suggest to do one of the following two things:

  1. Use a container to and put your content within a container. Containers are centered horizontally on the page and have a max width of 940px.

  2. Setup a parent element to your content and set the max-width and min-widths to some value that is acceptable to you for your design. This way, no matter the size of the monitor, your content will always be at least a certain minimum width, and no more than a max width on the page.

I hope this helps!


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