By default, the mobile website's version displays elements in the order they've been added to the desktop version. Even if you, later on, reorder elements on the desktop, these changes are not automatically applied to the mobile version. You can sort elements on the mobile view manually. This way, you can lay out elements differently on desktop and mobile views.
If you delete an element or a section on the desktop view, it's also automatically removed from the mobile view and vice versa
Access the Mobile Editor
Switch between the views by clicking on the mobile or desktop icon in the upper toolbar:
After making any changes to the desktop version, the option Auto-fix layout appears in the corresponding section on the mobile version:
Once you click on the button, the mobile layout is forced to follow specific positioning rules based on the desktop layout.
The mobile auto-positioning is automatically turned off once you make any manual edits on the mobile version.
To reposition elements, enter the mobile view and drag and drop elements:
To resize elements, enter the mobile view and use the resizing handles on the element borders:
You can resize text in two ways:
Globally – affects all texts of a particular style (e.g., all texts written in Heading 1) all across your website on the mobile view
Locally – affects a particular text element on the mobile view
To resize text globally on mobile, enter the mobile view and change the font size of a particular text style in the global text style settings:
To resize text locally on mobile, enter the mobile view, click on a particular text element, and change its font size:
It means that once you change any other parameter – font family, bold, italic, underline, etc. – the change will reflect on both desktop and mobile. The same happens if you change the whole text style, e.g., if you set Heading 2 for mobile while it's Heading 1 on desktop, the text element in the desktop view will change to Heading 2, too.
You may duplicate an element or section and make one version visible on desktop and another one visible on mobile devices. This way, you get more freedom when styling the content on desktop and mobile individually, as, normally, some settings (e.g., text style) apply to both desktop and mobile. Learn more: How to Hide Elements and Sections
Change the Menu Position
To change the position of the burger menu, enter the mobile view, click on the header section, and open its settings:
In the Layout tab, change the menu position:
Change the Logo Position
To change the logo position, enter the mobile view, click on the header section, and select Change logo:
In the Logo tab, change the logo position: