I’ve been using Hype to create a new responsive version of my website, which is housed in ExpressionEngine. For web pages that are a known height, Hype plays very well with EE. But many pages on my website are of varying lengths, based on the body text of the web page. Users input content into EE, so I don’t know the height of the content they enter. I can bring the page content into a Hype layout with the HTML Widget (iframe,) but the text will be constrained to the size of the HTML Widget and also the height of the Hype layout. I could make the iframe scrolling and remind people of the olden days of yore when we used frames, but I think they’d kill me.
My workaround plan is to use Hype for the home page, pulling in content via HTML Widgets, and then use EE for the longer pages, with the main menu generated by Hype and then inserted at the top of the page body.
To see what I’m working with, here is the home page that I will duplicate in Hype and make responsive:
And here is an example of a page with content where I plan on using Hype just for the menu:
Am I missing something? Is there a way to bring web text content of unknown height into a Hype layout without using scrolling in an iframe?