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[WordPress mobile Edition] How Can a Theme Disable A Plugin?

  • moshthepitt
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    @moshthepitt

    Hi there, and thank you for reading this. I appreciate your time and help.

    I am trying to get a mobile version of my site and I am using the Carrington Mobile theme+plugin ( http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/wordpress-mobile-edition/ )

    However, my non-mobile site has some adverts generated by an plugin which serves and rotates advert images.

    Now, on the mobile site, these images are served and since they are large (both in terms of filesize and dimension) they ruin the mobile site.

    Is there a way for me to specify that when the mobile theme is active, the ad plugin should be deactivated?

    Or can the mobile switcher plugin from Carrington be modified to do this?

    What else could work?

    Thanks!

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