The abiliity to make changes to the layout and styling based on the width of the viewport.
This should be a cascading effect. If a change is made to the page in the mobile width, it should not affect the larger widths (tablet, desktop)
Absolutely 100% agree. This is standard mobile development practice.
This is too complex for a site-builder, some advanced ones have this but then then customer will become so confused by the interface and do errors that it’s impossible to explain. If you want or need to use mediaqueries, then you probably know html/css well enough to hand-write it in a code widget.
Check out how Landingi does it. Simple, intuitive. It works flawlessly.
Landinghi does seem to have this covered. So, would this be doable team?