Ok, this is a dream or wish….not a complaint.
I’m using a 3-column Framework/Child Theme (PressWork) that I like, and want to keep. I just added the “WP Resolutions Plugin” and I’m not sure if it works or not……..but that’s not really my concern. What is confusing is that I’m not sure if the WP-Touch, and other WordPress Plugins that I already have installed are (or will) conflict with my new Plugin. My goal is to eventually get “Mobile First Responsive” with my website’s 3-column theme. Many “Responsive Design Themes” seem to be only 2-column.
I would like an intensive comparison of all WordPress Plugins and/or Themes that result in best-case scenarios for Smart Phone, Tablet, and Desktop displays. I think that WordPress Developers & Members ought to put more time into this (a polite request….not a demand) to meet the market of mobile sales.
Does anybody else share my wish? I’m wondering how many different Adaptive, Responsive, and/or Mobile First Plugins & Themes won’t be compatible with each other if enabled at the same time.
I already seem to have conflicts with the caching features of various WP Plugins. Some of my randomly displayed Header Images (15) don’t display. WP Minify, WP Supercache, and WP Resolutions (basically an “Adaptive Images” plugin) all have caching features and I wonder if they are conflicting with each other. Maybe I should disable one or two.
Just some thoughts.
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