Discussion on Delta - Flat Designed WP Mobile Theme

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Just a question. I have one site made two years ago, before responsive became standard. There was an enormous amount of work that went into that site, leveraging shortcodes, custom sidebars, Disqus, Royalslider, and many other tweaks in typography, etc. I presume this theme, for mobile only, needs to be set up as if you were setting up a new WP site? Put otherwise, it wouldn’t necessarily render existing content seemlessly? I’ve never used a mobile only theme for mobile users, alongside a standard theme. I’m just trying to understand the concept. The theme has its own pages, posts, etc., that have to be set up at the start, right? So in effect, you really have two independent sites, in a sense?

lukepostulka

You can use different pages for different templates that’s for sure. But this doesn’t work for posts. You can’t choose which post will be shown in which theme – there’s no desktop/mobile switcher by the post.

immanence

Right. Which means it’s okay if people visit your site via direct link, but if they search Google via mobile and find a post, they will go to the desktop post, but see it with all the shortcodes or other formatting that you didn’t necessarily code into the mobile theme.

lukepostulka

Nope, this switcher plugin recognizes user’s device and automatically redirect him to a mobile theme.

z9byeol Purchased

I need help. My blog address is (hellosideshow.com). When you type my address on desktop, I can see my latest post.

But, when you are on mobile device, I can’t see. How can I see my latest post in mobile??

lukepostulka

Hello, you will have to make separate page like Blog for your latest posts.

Luke

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