There’s an answer to all these problems, Let’s just get back to using tables and everyone will be happy
Every category is different from one another, there’s a certain amount of aspects you need to consider for each category, if your theme got approved for one category that doesn’t mean it should be approved for the next one.
Just make sure your theme meet the WP themes standards and you should be fine.
hhhhhhhh, Nice kick in the face
sheko_elanteko saidThat’s the problem with emulators. Crozer has the right idea. Do you guys remember SkyFire? The reason it was able to display Flash on non-Flash devices was because all the rendering took place on their servers. This is the type of software we need for testing. Hopefully we’ll have it someday.
am_themes saidIs it 100% reliable?
Nobody seemed to read it, so I’ll say this again and spare you from spending money. Opera Mobile Emulator – Look it up… Cheers
That’s the dream. At least then we gonna get to keep our kidneys
CodingJack saidAn actually effective device-testing software will be necessary. Set URL of website to be tested, run through all available devices at the time, print a screenshot for each (if it’s about design) or report an error (if it’s about validity/debugging).
VF saidHonestly I don’t see how designers/developers can afford to always keep buying these new toys. And you’d think now that development/testing has become a lot more cumbersome we’d be charging more for the work, but that doesn’t seem to be the case.
Recently Windows 8 devices added
This would be the next BIG THING in web development community, we all hope for it
Anything is possible with wordpress, but these things are a theme specific, which mean if your theme doesn’t support this kind of menus then you gonna have either do it by yourself, or in this case you can contact the theme author directly through his profile page and ask him if he can add it to the theme or make a custom modification just for you, but custom modifications is usually not gonna be for free.