Make your WordPress website mobile-friendly with just a few clicks.
Yes, that's true in general. However *not all websites are created equal, with some sites significantly failing to translate well in small mobile device viewports.
We created WPtouch to be a lightweight, fast-loading, feature-rich mobile plugin to add a theme shown to mobile visitors. The plugin includes an admin panel for customizing many aspects of your site's presentation when showing the mobile theme.
There's a link to switch back to the desktop theme in the footer area of WPtouch so your visitors can easily switch between the WPtouch view and your site's regular appearance.
We even automatically put a little snippet of code into your current desktop theme which will be shown only to iPhone, iPod touch, Android or BlackBerry touch mobile device visitors, giving them control to switch between the two themes easily.
No. The entire WPtouch footprint is small. In fact, it should reduce load, because of its streamlined approach to serving optimized content to mobile visitors. It was designed to be as lightweight and speedy as possible, while still serving your site's content in a richly presented way, sparing no essential features like search, login, categories, tags, comments etc.
For more information visit WPtouch.com.
It sounds like you are using a caching plugin but you haven’t configured it. Please read the user manual (accessible from the WPtouch admin) and perform the cache changes are outlined in the user manual. Once done, WPtouch will work as expected.
Requires: 3.9 or higher
Compatible up to: 4.2.4
Last Updated: 2015-7-9
Active Installs: 400,000+
1 of 67 support threads in the last two months have been resolved.
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