This will put the canvas in the center of the screen with a small shadow around it. It will only shrink when the screen is smaller. The size you set will be the maximum size of the canvas. Space surrounding the canvas will be filled with a default color.
With this setting, you can create a more fullscreen effect because the background and some other elements can be set to fullscreen. The part of the canvas that’s inside the Safe Zones will stay visible at all times and will scale up or down as much as it can while keeping the same ratio.
The zoom setting works almost the same way as the fullscreen setting nothing can be set to fullscreen. There’s a background color that will look fullscreen when it matches the background color of your canvas.
The page will be a set as a long page in which you can scroll up and down to navigate. The width of your canvas is the max width of your elements and background-image. If the screen is wider than the canvas a background-color will appear on the left and right side.
Depending on the type of page you choose you can set a page size. It’s important to start a publication with the right dimensions so it will look good on every screen. Our default setup size is: 1280 x 760 pixels. On smaller or larger screens the page will resize to fit the set size. There are different ways objects can be positioned inside resized screens.
The red borders mark the safe zone area (you can toggle this with the button in left bar menu). On tall screens, the left and right side will be cut off. On wider screens, the top and bottom will be cut off. We have set the default safe zone sizes to 1100 x 700 pixels. You can also position a safe zone inside the workspace, when scaling down your screen you can see the effect. We have set the default positioning to 'center'.