Support » Plugin: GetMeCooking Recipe Template » Is the premium version mobile friendly?

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  • Plugin Author TechboyUK


    The short answer is yes.

    And here’s the long answer 🙂

    The Premium version extends the free version of the plugin – and uses its same design, so you can try the free version of the plugin and then see if its design meets your requirements.

    The plugin embeds within your theme, so it’s the theme that needs to be mobile ready (or you more probably want a ‘responsive’ theme, that supports both mobile and full-website formats.

    We provide 2 formats – narrow and wide. This is really to accommodate full-website formats, as some themes have 3 columns (or 2 wide columns) and therefore the recipe photograph and the recipe overview can’t sit side by side.

    So for a mobile/responsive view, you will need a theme that supports this, plus you will probably want to set our plugin to use the narrow view – this can be done within the page:

    – GetMeCooking Settings
    – General Settings
    – Do you want to use the wide theme? (untick)



    Ok, I can adjust the slideshow to any size through css correct?

    Plugin Author TechboyUK


    Better than that – from within the plugin we provide the options:

    – Thumbnail
    – Medium
    – Large
    – Custom (here you can specify width and height)
    – Full

    The non-custom sizes are defined from your WordPress Dashboard, within ‘Settings | Media’.

    Plus, we also give these options:

    – How long should each photo show for? (Leave empty for the default of 5000ms. Just type in a number.)
    – Which slide effect? (slide or fade)
    – Show recipe title? (yes or no)
    – Show paging? (yes or no)
    – How many recipes do you want to show? (1 – 10)

    See and for example of it in use.



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