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[Resolved] Mobile friendly forms

  • I have an existing site where I use HTML 5 functions. Like min max for input type numeric.
    The forms must be looking fine on mobile devices. I googled a lot and for now the winner is Pods. However I can’t see if pods is mobile friendly.
    I am new to WordPress. My pages has a lot of items. Data is already present in the database. So what is the best way to go?
    Must I make a plugin that populates the form? If so any example?
    My site is this one http”//www.happyaway.nl created with jQuery mobile and Xataface. My server site actions are created with PHP generating Json.
    Any help greatly appreciated.

    John

    http://wordpress.org/plugins/pods/

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  • Plugin Contributor Josh Pollock

    @shelob9

    Pods does not dictate the way that data is displayed. How you output your Pods data or Pods forms is dependent on what theme you are using. The Pods editor allows you to set custom css classes for each field as well. Whether or not your front-end is mobile friendly is totally dependent on your theme and how you implement Pods in it.

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