This extension handles the minimal size of a relative-sized layer and resolves the different browsers behavior when handling formated contents. It avoids the usual cut-off of the layer when its contents are wider than the browser width. Sample project included.
- No custom codes, no hacks, all done visually. - Makes the minimal size uniform across browsers and platforms. - Handles minimal width, minimal height or both. - RWD support. - Extremely lightweight. - Crossbrowser/platform and backward compatibility. - No jQuery required.
1. Design your relative-size layer with its elements as you usually do. 2. Drag and drop an extension instance within the layer. 3. Resize it in a way that indicates the expected size. 4. Do the same as in #3 for the different breakpoints you may have in your scheme. 5. Preview or publish. 6. Resize the browser and scroll the page contents to see the extension in action.
- Due to the many issues with rtl, the instance automatically disables itself.