Responsive behavior in Beaver Builder
All Beaver Builder layouts are responsive, meaning they automatically adjust for various screen sizes.
- As of Beaver Builder 2.2, you can make changes for specific device sizes by entering Responsive Editing Mode. See the example in the Related Articles for more information.
- As of Beaver Theme 1.7.2, you can set default heading and text sizes for large, medium, and small devices that apply to Beaver Builder plugin and Themer layouts.
By default, layouts are responsive in the following ways:
- Device size
Beaver Builder has three device sizes built in: large (typically desktop and laptop displays), medium (tablets) and small (smartphones).
Breakpoints define the browser width at which the settings for each device size apply. By default the medium device breakpoint is 992px and the small device breakpoint is 768px. These values can be customized.
Stacking determines how rows, columns, and modules are ordered as the width of the display decreases. You can control column stacking by setting custom column widths for each device size, or you can disable column stacking.
Margins and padding for rows, columns, and modules are automatically adjusted with the Beaver Builder autospacing feature. For fine-tuning, you can adjust margins and padding for each device size to override autospacing, or you can disable autospacing entirely.
By default, all modules are visible at every device size, but you can hide modules on particular device sizes.
See the Related Articles for more details about each of these ways to control responsive behavior.
Finally, although we don't recommend it, you can disable responsive behavior site-wide.