Where has my recent post gone?
I asked a question yesterday about Graphene theme in connection with Graphene Mobile Neo implementation. But I can’t find any evidence of my post in the support forums now. Where did it go?
Did an admin person move it into the Neo section? If so, I can’t access it.
Can I get an answer to my product-based question BEFORE I buy Neo, so I can buy with confidence, please?Mod
If you click on the “Member” link under your name, it will bring up a list of all your activity on this forum. The last post I see from you (other than this one) is from a year ago.
It’s possible that your browser ate it (my ctrl button sometimes sticks, causing me to double post responsesâ€”weird), or something happened between your computer and the rest of the internet. I don’t know.
Anyway, the site for Neo is here: https://forum.graphene-theme.com/graphene-mobile-neo/features-and-functionalities/
There is lots of information there, but if you can’t find what you seek there, please feel free to add it to this thread.
Thanks for replying, Kenneth. I did find that link generally helpful.
However, the question I still need answering is: With our existing Graphene websites, after buying Neo, what steps do I carry out with them for Neo to do its magic?
Is it just a matter of installing the Neo plugin on those Graphene sites & ticking some “Activate with Graphene” option?
A screenshot & a short sentence describing the step/s required would make me happy… then I can click to buy. 🙂Mod
It’s quite simple, actually.
1) Install Graphene Neo. Do NOT activate it.
2) Install the Graphene Neo Helper plugin and activate it. This gives you an additional separate set of options for Graphene Neo. (These are similar to, but not entirely identical to, the regular Graphene options.)
3) Install the Any Mobile Theme Switcher plugin and activate. This allows you to determine which theme displays on different devices. You can select the Graphene or Graphene Neo theme for whatever device the plugin supports. You can see screenshots of it here: https://wordpress.org/plugins/any-mobile-theme-switcher/screenshots/ This is the key step to making it all work.
If you wish to customise Graphene Neo beyond what the theme options offer, you can also make a child theme for Neo, and select the child theme in the Any Mobile Theme Switcher.
That’s about it, really. It may seem intimidating at first, but once you’ve set it up once, it’s a quick process to install it on other sites.
Bought Neo a coupla hours ago, Kenneth. Followed your instructions implicitly. Whacko!
After a few little tweaks to Neo’s settings (to suit mobile usage), our main Graphene website now works amazingly well on Samsung Galaxy S4 smartphone etc.
Next step is to do all the right things with Datafeedr integration of affiliated Android & hi-tech gadgetry products, so we can monetise this site properly.
Will send the URL in a separate post when we’re happy to show it off in the Graphene forums. Thanks again, mate.
PS Hello, Syahir. You folks really do great web stuff. 😀
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