Create a slick mobile WordPress website with just a few clicks.
It's a nice look, but it strips sidebar out. Adds a footer - but I have no idea where it got it from our WP theme. Offers no controls at all. Probably because there's a paid version. Their own WP site is a mess - can't click on resources at bottom, and can't even sign up! ??? Will probably turn it off, remove it. Too bad. Looks nice.
Not too happy.
I installed the patch for the recent vulnerability, had the silly notion I was safe (when are we ever? -- understood) and almost immediately was hit with a series of attempts to breach the sites on my server as well as suspicious activity in WPTouch folders and related files. Rather than go through it all again, I removed almost all instances and disabled the others. Perhaps time to go responsive anyway.
Two years ago, i was proud to use WPtouch for my WP blogs.
But now.. i realize that : responsive wp themes are way better than Mobile/responsive plugin !
You have to work more, change your themes but at the end it's ipad and smartphone friendly, class & elegant !
I initially liked the product, simple, works does what we need. Then I began noticing that wasn't getting the mobile version on my cell phone. It seemed to intermittently not be able to figure out what kind of browser was on the other end. Last straw is WPTouch began serving mobile format to PC browsers for no reason I can discern, just started doing it.
I had trouble with the plugin not accepting some of the settings I chose. The footer text would not stay with the text I entered, and when I deactivated the plugin, it would not fully remove itself and my pages still show up in a mobile format. I wish I had never installed it.
not very many useful options. doesn't use your custom menus.
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