Using a responsive control

Responsive design is a crucial thing for web development. Responsive design ensures that your site looks good on all devices (slider in our case) with different screen sizes and resolutions. This can be a painful process to do manually, but block slider offers responsive support for a variety of its slider options, so you are able to make your site look perfect on any device.

How to use?

Let’s suppose you’ve created this carousel (see below)

sample carousel

It may look good initially, but it’s missing a most important part. You’ve guessed it right ????, It’s missing responsive. Here’s how it looks currently in different devices:


Now that we’ve understood the issue, Let’s take a look on how this can be fixed. We can easily adjust responsive supported controls by switching to the desired device preview (via native gutenberg).


How to know if a control supports responsive?

Not all block slider controls supports responsive, The unsupported responsive controls will have a light opacity (when you are in tablet or mobile view), indicating that it’s currently disabled/unsupported.

how to check if a control supports responsive

Quick tip

You can find an active responsive indication in the top toolbar.