Discussion on TOUCH: A Lighter-than-air WordPress Mobile Theme


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My website utilizes the Sabai Directory plugin: http://codecanyon.net/item/sabai-directory-plugin-for-wordpress/4505485, will your mobile site be able to still display this with no error?

Hi. Hasn’t been tested with that, so can’t comment really. If it’s properly responsive though then I don’t see why not. Touch is a theme like any other.

Okay great, I didn’t realize I commented on Breezy one of your other themes as well. Thank you!

Hi, im interested on this theme, one question about the portfolio page. will it support a next/back portfolio button? instead of just go back at portfolio and click another work.

Hi. Nope, that’s not included.


Great support! Rain is awesome! TY TY TY

One last question.I would like to reduce the gap between the bottom of the menu and the top of the homepage. There is quite a bit of whitespace there. Do I do that in the page.php file?

I see you also sent an email with the same question. I’ll respond there.

Hey, I have a website that I want to make responsive for mobile and I think maybe I can use your mobile theme for that http://inp.co.nz/INP/ I’m using a plugin to switch between the desktop and the mobile themes. Will I still need to use that if I use your theme for the mobile only? Do you think I can customize your theme to look like my website? Also, can I remove the “search” box if I don’t want it? Thanks!

You can change any color to anything, via the stylesheet, yes. I’m not taking on custom work at this time myself though, so if something you want to do is beyond your skillset then you’d really need to find a freelancer.


I see. Thank for that. I will have another look at your theme and decide if to purchase it or keep trying with what I already created. Thank you so much!

Sure thing.

does the theme support RTL?

Hi. It does not.


I would like to buy your theme so my website mobile visitors access it instead of the desktop one. Do you know if this is possible?


Yup, you can use a plugin called Any Mobile Theme Switcher to show a specific theme to mobile users. There are other plugins like that out there as well but we like AMTS the most (it’s a free download, so you can try it out). Or, you can set up Touch on a sub-domain and use a redirection plugin to direct mobile visitor to it. Choice is yours.


I have a website build lreadyon a wp theme.but would like to add a version of the site that is specifically for mobile.it mentioned somethi g about thia on the front page. Does it work as a seperate application in conjunction with my current site. D

Hi. You can use the theme as either a secondary theme that’s displayed to mobile users, or set it up on a brand new installation and direct mobile users to it via a free plugin that handles that.


Hi, does it include or support ad inserter? I need to insert 3-5 ad spot for the site. THanks

Hi. Touch doesn’t have built-in ad spots. It’s coded according to WordPress standards however, so if whatever plugin you use is also, it should work fine.


Hi, I want to buy this template but why have you not updated this template frequently?

Hi there, thanks for the interest. I haven’t updated it because there’s no need to. I’ve accomplished everything I wanted to and it works just fine on the newest versions of WordPress as it’s developed with WP standards in mind.

Also, just to be clear, it’s a theme, not a template.


Thanks for your kind and urgent reply, can we also use this template on multiple domains or not, and what about ads widget, is that compatible for ads?

According to market rules, it’s one license per site. And the theme doesn’t come with integrated ad spots but there’s nothing stopping you from adding them (the code is well-marked as well if you want to hardcode them).



Thank you for the nice theme! I want to ask you to help me for some fixes.

1. Can the image in the post lead to the post URL when you click on it? 2. Can I add excerpt for the post length?

Thank you in advance.


Hi there, thanks for the purchase.

1. That’s the default behavior; a post’s featured image leads to the post. Any images you enter inside the post would have to be linked manually in the WordPress editor.

2. If you split up posts manually with the WP editor’s ‘More’ tag, you can do that. If you want it done automatically after a specific amount of words, it would have to be a small paid customization. If that’s something you’d like pursue, please get in touch via the contact form on our profile.