We’re excited to announce that the sign-up for the beta version of our responsive page feature is now open and anyone that opts-in will now be able to add responsive pages to their website!
UPDATE – 22/12/16: You no longer need to opt-in to try out responsive pages. You can follow this guide to add a responsive page to your site.
What to expect
As responsive pages is still in beta mode (i.e. certain aspects are still being tested and developed), this release will begin as an opt-in feature rather than being available to all users. This enables us to collect feedback on a smaller scale, then address any problems before the full release. Please ensure to leave your comments and suggestions on our dedicated feedback forum.
In the future, we may make changes to the software that could affect any pages you create in the beta release. There may also be stability issues to begin with, so please bear this in mind before signing up!
Features will be limited at this point, so will not reflect what is currently available for standard pages. We will be adding new ones in future releases.
We strongly recommend using the Google Chrome browser when creating a responsive page, as this will provide the best experience.
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