Mobile theme

  • Oliver

    #6554

    Hi

    I have Graphene child theme activated.

    Can anyone tell me why mobile theme does not function?

    Insert http://minmadopskrift.dk with a mobile.

    Press mobile theme off, the FrontPage appears correctly in the phone.

    Press mobile theme on, the FrontPage appears incorrectly in the phone.

    Looking forward to hear your replies

    Best regards

    Oliver

    Prasanna SP

    #34830

    Your mobile site shows up fine here

    SGaXr.png

    Oliver

    #34831

    With the setting “on”, it looks like this, yes.

    Try setting “off”, then you can see the slider and the page, as it appears in a web browser

    Prasanna SP

    #34832

    That’s what the normal behavior! If you turn off the mobile version, it shows the desktop view on mobile. What else you’re expecting?

    Oliver

    #34833

    All right.

    Thanks for your reply.

    I’m just wondering, why use mobile settings “on” when the page is displayed perfectly in “off”?

    Can this function be turned off? Or swapped?

    Admin

    Syahir Hakim

    #34834
    Quote:
    I’m just wondering, why use mobile settings “on” when the page is displayed perfectly in “off”?

    Mobile themes are optimised for the small screens of mobile devices. If you display the desktop site on mobile devices, your users will have to frequently zoom in and out , scroll sideways, etc. to read the text and navigate around the site.

    Oliver

    #34835

    Hi Syahir Hakim

    Thanks for your reply.

    Today, small mobile phones are not so common, as big smart phones with touch.

    Therefore, the website will look better, in original appearance. (Pictures slider. etc.)

    Is it possible to make the setting “off” to default?

    Then, users having small mobiles can press setting “on” if they want

    Admin

    Syahir Hakim

    #34836
    Quote:
    Today, small mobile phones are not so common, as big smart phones with touch.

    Therefore, the website will look better, in original appearance. (Pictures slider. etc.)

    I have to disagree with the second line there. Even big smartphones have a screen size of about 6″, which is tiny compared to common monitor sizes (19″ – 27″). It is unlikely that your reader will be able to read the text on the website and navigate properly without having to zoom in. Imagine having to “press” on the navigation menu item of the desktop theme with relatively “fat” fingers.

    Quote:
    Is it possible to make the setting “off” to default?

    Not sure, you would have to ask the mobile plugin developer for that. Or don’t use the plugin at all.

    Oliver

    #34837

    All right.

    I let the settings be like now.

    Alternatively, I can create a website for mobile phones, which would be called: mobile.minmadopskrift.dk.

    Thank you for your explanation and your time on this topic.

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