Responsiveness: The type of responsiveness for the slide pages, if any.
- If you choose none, slide pages are shown in their native size, based on the image bounds you have chosen, regardless of the size of the viewport (browser window). Site visitors may see horizontal and/or vertical scroll bars.
- If you choose width, images and videos are displayed at the size chosen for image bounds or video bounds, but if the viewport is too narrow, the dimensions of the images and videos are reduced, while maintaining the aspect ratio. Site visitors may still see vertical scroll bars, particularly for portrait-mode images. This was the only responsive mode in Gromit versions 24 through 41.
- If you choose image, both the height and width of the image or video are adjusted so that it is possible to see the entire image or video within the viewport, along with all the material that appears above it on the page - titles, breadcrumb trail, thumbstrip above the slide, and caption above the slide. Site visitors may have to scroll down to view material below the image on the page - thumbstrip below the slide, caption below the slide, copyright notice, and so on. This option might be a good choice if the pages contain a lot of extra material below the slide image, like multi-line captions.
- If you choose full, both the height and width of the image or video are adjusted to keep all of the page content visible within the viewport, including titles, thumbstrips, captions, and so on. Site visitors may still see vertical scrollbars, but only in extreme cases. For example, the page will never shrink the image below 150px wide, so the adjustment limit might be reached if the viewport is made very short. Similarly, if lengthy captions are used, it may not be possible to adjust the image size sufficiently to allow all of the caption text to fit within the viewport. This option might be the best choice for typical pages, with a title, an image or video, and a single-line caption.
The type of responsiveness chosen is also applied to any map page that is displayed.