I injected the PHP fragment using the plugin
Head, Footer and Post Injections
In the “posts” / “just before content”, section, it works like a charm enabling my users to actually see a theme that is genuinely responsive, so many that claim to be responsive, break up words, when they just shouldn’t. Giving the end user the ability to choose their own font size genuinely makes my current theme much more responsive, regardless of which client, OS or guess of both my site thinks its being rendered on…
My only one teeny gripe, I’d love to be able to put a simple label just before the triple A that’s used to adjust the font size, while it should be configurable, I think I’d go for something like “For your comfort please do change the font size:” (the triple A is nicely centered with the content so there is plenty of room for a label)
Good solid working plugin, just does what it says, the only complication is how you inject it, but then there is even available a short code plugin for it.
I wanted an option I wouldn’t forget to add to each post (I don’t like side bars – messes with responsiveness) So injecting it with another plugin just works like a charm – but do be careful with injections, get it wrong and you might need to ftp in and disable the plugin, but then with anything that modifies a theme on the fly, that can always happen.
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