I created a native iOS and Android app using Lectora and PhoneGap (learned this from Sergey Snegirev’s presentations). On the page in portrait orientation, I have a text block followed by buttons or an image. If the text size is increased (under the phone’s settings), the text box expands and covers up the content that follows (attached is an extreme example – text set to max size). The buttons or image does not get pushed down the page as I would expect for responsive design.
It seems to me the easy way to solve this issue would be to disable user text adjustments from affecting the app. (Note that the web app version does not have this problem, so perhaps the browser is disabling it.) Does anyone know how I could do this?
This topic was modified 2 years, 2 months ago by Mike Nelson.
I’m sorry that this is not the answer you want to hear, perhaps one of the other programmers here will assist you in trying to get it to work as well as it can.