Hello, I need to make a site responsive with two squares side by side, very simple as in this reference:
I’ve tried everything inside the Hype and I can not get the same result. My layout does not behave with the referencing website.
I’ve attached my file.
responsive.hype.zip (1.0 MB)
twoColumns.hype.zip (10.6 KB)
… you may have a look at hypedocks.com too …
your example with masking: responsive.hype.zip (1022.3 KB)
It worked! Thank you so much.
I’m a designer, if you need anything I’ll be here. I help you.
My english is not very good, sorry.
i’m not native english speaking … but i’d say your english is good … at the end of the day i’m a designer too
i just have checked the responsive layouts above and your website www.rfill.co !
Is it completely build with Hype?
The responsive fullscreen slider at the starting page works perfect!
I try to build such a fullscreen responsive slider in Hype but i can't manage the animation with a responsive scaling behavior. Either the animation is responsive and the images are distorted or the images are responsive and the animation is not scaling responsive.
Any idea what's wrong or missing in my settings?
Responsive_SLIDER_Anim OK but stretched Images.zip (2.9 MB)
Responsive_Groups_SLIDER_Images OK but Animation not responsive.zip (2.8 MB)
very easy setup:
use a scene for each slide.
many thank for your quick response.
I have tried to build this with scene transition. It works, but the animation its pretty much limited to the options of the scene transition presets.
I think i need a more flexible and universal solution in just one scene.
The slider from Gustavos website www.rfill.co must be made in one scene just with responsive group settings. Please check the right part of the layout with the text. This area is semi-transparent and moves over the man with the zebra head and are everything is scaling perfectly responsive.
My project is a reveal motion animation that should be fully responsive, but i can't find the right responsive group settings. In my hype file are two scenes. A and B.
In Version A all Elements are responsive - but Animation is not. If you scale the browser window wider than page dimension of 1200 px the animation is too small and you see the part 1 underneath the element of part 2,3... If you make the window quite narrow the animation runs out of the window and don't end at the edge.
In Scene B. The animation is perfect responsive but all elements are getting stretched if you change browser window..
Please have look – here is my file:
REVEAL_Motion & FLEXIBLE LAYOUT_10.zip (2.5 MB)
Many thanks for helping out with this!
No Hype within this page
around some responsive settings every animation of Hype is based on absolut properties.
you're trying to achieve an animation based on relative (100% windowwidth) settings. It won't work.
This'll only be possible wrting some custom js, but according to your needs this approach will limit you too.
Sorry for the delay in responding. My website rfill.co is no longer made on Hype. I did it on Webflow. For website the webflow is much better. I use Hype only for animations now.
Hello Gustavo, many thanks for your feedback and the hint that its build with Webflow.
many thanks for your feedback. Yes. Its build with Webflow. I was hoping that there is way to build it within Hype.
I know you are one of the most experienced Hype Users here in the Forum, and if you tell me its not possible - its not possible. I have to let go this effort.
I really like Hype and it is a bit disillusioning that its not possible, and Webflow can do this.
Whats the reason for that?
Maybe in the next Version 5.0?
( Is it a dreamy unrealistic wish to have a tool that can handle all this without coding skills? )
Have a nice weekend, Markus
In the first scene, the groups that change their size have all pins turned on. Having pins on means that the flexible layout system will try to preserve margins, and so the amount of the above group remaining after the animation is basically the attempt at the flexible layout system to preserve your margin on the right.
The fix is to turn off the left/right/top/bottom pins for the group. This will keep the positions and scale all a relative percentage to the parent view (using multiplication), so a 0 width element stays at 0 width.
On the second scene, you have checked "zoom contents" which performs bitmap scaling on the group and all its children. Without a scale behavior to preserve proportionality it will get stretched.
as @jonathan wrote: masking should work. i thought your aim was to shift the slides like in the provided www.rfill.co ...
Awesome! Works perfekt!
I am so happy that its possible with just the flexible layout settings.
Many thanks Jonathan and Hans for your Help!