Weebly web sites use responsive layouts, meaning: the content on each page is automatically rearranged to accommodate the size of the browser window. But, you might have a situation where certain content is only appropriate at a certain window size. For example, you might have an ad for your mobile app, and don't want that ad to display when your site is viewed from a desktop browser.
HIDE allows you to specify whether a given collection of elements should be shown or hidden at each of the following window sizes:
- Extra small (phone, small tablet)
- Small (tablet, small laptop)
- Medium (laptop, small desktop)
- Large (large desktop)
Ian Bloomfield May 24, 2017Easy to use, and having different settings for 4 different display sizes is fantastic. A highly recommended Weebly app.
Lisa A. Smith Feb 06, 2017Love the app. Works PERFECTLY! :-)
Kristijan Siskovski Jan 30, 2017Excellent tool for mobile versions optimizations!!!
javid Dec 21, 2016Thank Q weebly, Works so well. Now my sites are responsive,
Dr Ian Billups Dec 02, 2016This app does a very good job at hiding/showing elements at different sizes. One improvement could be to use checkboxes to indicate whether to show at a particular size. Currently it is a little slow to set all four sizes.
Scott Klimo Oct 28, 2016Simply awesome! Works as advertised and it's easy.
Ben Panter Oct 26, 2016This works perfectly for my site. It lets me choose what content to show at specific screen sizes. It's also great because there are other apps that only allow you to hide things when mobile, but with this I can hide items at any screen size, which really optimizes the experience.
Mark Cameron-Smith Oct 19, 2016Works so well. Finally, now my sites are responsive, but under my control. Brilliant
Benk Jun 25, 2016Easy to use and an amazing idea. Took me a bit of filling around to work out that smart phones are 'Medium' sized (tested on iPhone 6). This App is a a feature that I wish had been build into Weebly from the start :)
Jesse Warmerdam Jun 16, 2016Great, I've always been doing this using HTML and CSS, but this is way easier!