Go to: Config > Mobile Configuration > Macro Render Rules

In Macro Rendering Rules is currently in BETA.

Since the Mobile Interface runs as a one page app, rendering macros with full desktop resources is very complex. Therefore, we only render macros that we know works well in the Mobile Interface. 

With this feature you can decide how and which of the macros that should render by specifying rules with different render types:

Render Types:

  • Render body
    Render the body content of the macro. The macro itself will not be rendered.
  • Render body in box
    Render the body content of the macro in a box. The macro itself will not be rendered.
  • Render without resources
    Macro resources (JavaScript and CSS files) can not be included because the Mobile Interface is a one page app and most macros are not adjusted for mobile views. You should only use this option if you know that the macro works without resources.
  • Do not render (From version 3.4.0)
    Will not render the macro at all in the mobile view. Useful for disabling macros that doesn't work well in mobile or to avoid having the options to click "Render page" for that macro.

For example: If you are using a content formatting macro which wraps around the content, then you could add a macro render rule which specify that the body content of this macro should be rendered. The macro formatting features will not be rendered, but the content itself will be rendered.