Yes, you can. Just append ?am_force_theme_layout=mobile to the end of your URI in the browser.
Alternately, go into the Any Mobile Theme Switcher control panel and enable “Do you want to show Switch Mobile Theme link even the vistor is viewing from desktop ?” Then you will get a link on your desktop site to switch to mobile.
Does the NEO Mobile use the design I am creating in the parent theme? Or does it need to be configured like it was a separate website?
Graphene Mobil Neo is a separate theme. If you create a child theme for Neo, it will be base on Neo, not on the Graphene desktop theme. So, yes, configure it as a “separate website”.
Thanks Kenneth this is very helpful. This is a pretty steep learning curve but I’m getting it. It would be nice if there was a good tutorial on this? Maybe there is and I just haven’t found it yet
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