When creating or editing a landing page in Lead Gen & CRM's Landing Page Builder, you can preview content as it will display on desktop, tablet, and mobile devices. You can also directly edit how content appears on different versions of landing pages.
This article will detail how to edit landing pages in order to optimize the content that appears on a specific device.
Adding Content to Landing Pages
Before you can add content, you will first have to create a landing page. To add content, do the following:
Editing Content on Different Devices
You can edit landing page content to appear differently on different viewing devices.
To edit content at the device level, create or edit a landing page and then insert desired layouts or elements:
Important: Setting changes to desktop versions of content will overwrite setting changes to tablet and mobile versions of content.
Note: Certain settings and styles may only be changed in the Desktop tab. These settings will be faded out in the Tablet and Mobile tabs.
Important Information Regarding Desktop Settings Overwriting Other Settings
Making changes to the layout and element settings of the desktop version of a landing page will overwrite changes made to layout and element settings of tablet and mobile versions of the landing page. Make changes to the desktop version of the landing page first before modifying tablet and mobile versions.
However, setting changes made to mobile versions of a landing page do not carry over to tablet or desktop versions of the landing page. In the same way, setting changes made to tablet and mobile versions of a landing page do not carry over to desktop versions of the landing page.
This only applies to content settings. Reordering content in any version of the landing page will reorder that content across all versions of the landing page. Deleting content from any version of the landing page will delete the content from all versions of the landing page.
Modifying Images for Different Devices
Images can only take up so much space on mobile devices, as tablet and mobile screens have only so much available real estate. To compensate, you can edit the settings for images on different devices in the Landing Page Builder.
Important: Setting changes to desktop versions of images will overwrite setting changes to tablet and mobile versions of images. Changing image dimensions, links, and placeholder text in one version will change the same across all versions.
To modify image settings, insert an image element into the landing page:
Hiding Mobile Content
You can hide entire sections from displaying on mobile devices. This allows you to create a fully interactive version of your landing page for desktop devices, and streamlined versions of your landing page for tablet and mobile devices.
Hiding content for tablet mobile devices is as much a strategy and courtesy as it is a point of aesthetic design. These devices may have a harder time loading media-heavy content. In addition, data restrictions for phone or Internet data plans may cause page visitors on tablet and mobile devices to avoid making repeat visits to your pages.
To hide content for tablet and mobile devices, do the following:
Note: This feature is unavailable for individual blocks, layouts, or elements.