How to make a WordPress theme adapt to smaller screens

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  • http://www.amulyasoft.com/ David Richard

    Informative and interesting article. Thanks for sharing

  • Magazine Subscriber

    Surely this should be premium content for subscribers. Really beginning to feel that I got a bum deal with my subscription to this magazine as the only useful articles seem to be appearing online for free.

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  • http://auccool.com Web and Mobile Design and Development

    There some cool frameworks out there that use grid systems to adept on different screens. One of those is Skeleton that has a WordPress adapted base.

  • http://settingtheagenda.co.uk martin451

    Hi there

    Great article, but there’s an error in “Step 7: Mobile First” above (also in the printed magazine version, p.56) at line 19. An additional @media query has been inserted by mistake.
    Delete that line and the site should fit the screen correctly on iPhones and iPads.


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  • http://RealityTvScandals.com/ Amia Sàys

    Do you make the folders (my case I have iPage) in your host folders or WP Panel?