It would be great to have a setting onto container elements that would be an input giving us control over when the container initiates a ‘page break’…I know Bubble has an intention of releasing a feature related to page breaks, and I personally think it is likely going to fall short on functionality.
From my understanding at the moment is Bubble intends to give us only the ability to set page breaks at 320, 768, 992 and 1200…giving us only access to these 4 is going to pigeon hole us unnecessarily. The same functionality can be provided by giving us control through an input what px value we as the developer want to use. Looking across the world wide web, there is no one size fits all page break, and even looking at individually pages across a website, there is not a one size fits all page break.
One of the main reasons I think it would be necessary to put this onto the container level, and not just the page level, and to give us an input to set that px value instead of pre-determined 4 choices is that as we now have the great ability to create containers on a page with a specific layout style, the correct approach in my mind is to treat each container as separate entities with their own design needs. I could have on the same page two different containers that I want to have their contents based on the content sizes break lines at different points…and this should not be based on page width only, but give us ability to set it based on container width as well.
Another reason is that today I saw a post for help in achieving a design with two images whose min width settings and the desired container break px value did not allow for the behavior the user wanted.
My response with a video to help likely did not get the exact design since the only approach possible at the moment is to set large margin values which likely is not desired.