So here is a question then.
Yes my main home page is called from the index.php file and but other pages, particularly product pages are custom pages.
SO my question is if I do upgrade to a more mobile friendly theme, how will I effect my "custom pages" to be responsive Mr Admin
So basically, how do I make my WP Arthemia files responsive and also my custom pages
Is it something I can do in CSS. Can’t I just have a function that if it detects a certain "screen resolution" it makes the whole site smaller , images, text, big container DIV smaller by pixels(height, width)
Have a look at this site
Although you still can’t see very clearly and have to scroll somewhat or zoom in to see their content, when you initially land on their site using a smartphone it fits in the screen.
Any ideas Masteradmin
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25. Nov. 2012 (von: omerkhan01)
Hi was wondering since, most people are now browsig sites using Tablets and their smartphones, how I can make my site, which is developed using Wordpress and themed with Arthemia responsive and mobile friendly?Here is a link to my siteThanksOmar…
26. Nov. 2012 (von: Joern)
some months ago you asked this already .. I answered here:viewtopic.php?f=1&t=434The Wordpress plugin 'WPtouch' I do not use anymore, as you have two theme templates to handle, your original one plus the one supplied with the plugin.Using Arthemia ... Weiterlesen…
28. Nov. 2012 (von: Joern)
your product pages will possibly have no link in a new menubar anymore. these pages use a css file in arthemia folder, as long you keep this folder this file will be used.The images in your product pages you load…