great theme. And thanks for the fresh updates.
Let me describe my problems and how I fix them right now. Maybe others can participate from it or even find a better solution.
On my publishing company’s website (http://www.null-papier.de) I am planning to use a mobile theme: yours.
BUT I still want to keep my normal theme for desktop computers. Therefor I use a very good and reliable plugin called Device Theme Switcher.
Now comes the problem. I have to keep the old theme activated all the time. And then all my individual setting for your mobile theme got lost when used as a switched on child theme. That’s why I decoded all your settings and placed them manually inside my own index.php in folder decode-child.
set_theme_mod( 'show_sidebar', true ); set_theme_mod( 'constant_sidebar', 'closing' ); set_theme_mod( 'sidebar_button_position', 'left' ); set_theme_mod( 'sidebar_position', 'left' );
and so on
This of course is not the smart way because after every theme’s update I have to check of any changes.
Do you have any better idea?
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