Professional mobile plugin for WordPress:

  • Domain switching: redirect users to m.yoursite.com or switch theme when user arrives at m.yoursite.com (requires you to change some DNS settings)
  • Mobile Pages: mobile-specific versions of your content on the same edit screen as your main content (for all post types)
  • Mobile Menus: set up mobile-specific menus for simpler navigation
  • Mobile Plugins: disable selected plugins on a mobile site for speed and reduced functionality
  • Mobile Widgets: control which widgets are shown on your mobile site
  • Mobile Shortcodes: display content selectively for mobile, tablet, and desktop

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Further Info: Mobile Pages

You can enable Mobile Pages in Settings->Mobile Smart Pro->Mobile Pages->Enable Mobile content

Enabling Mobile Pages & Mobile Menus

When enabled, Mobile Pages allows you to define replacement main content for each post type (e.g. Posts, Pages, and plugin specific post types such as Events, Products, and more).

A rich text editor entitled ‘Mobile Version’ will appear below your main content editor. If you enter content in here, it will be used when the mobile theme is being displayed, instead of the main content.

The default content will be displayed unless there is content in the Mobile Version section of the edit screen.

Note: this filters the_content(). Any other content (e.g. post meta data) will have to be manually duplicated and output separately.

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Mobile Menus

You can enable Mobile Pages in Settings->Mobile Smart Pro->Mobile Pages->Enable Mobile menus

When enabled, a duplicate theme location will be created for each theme location in your primary (desktop) theme, under Appearance->Menus. This will allow you to create a new menu and assign it to the mobile version, which will only be displayed on the mobile version of the site.

Mobile menu locations in Appearance->Menus

 

If there is no menu assigned to the mobile theme location, it will use the primary theme location instead, so you only have to create menus for those menu locations that you wish to override.

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Mobile Smart Pro

So much more:
  • Domain switching: redirect users to m.yoursite.com or switch theme when user arrives at m.yoursite.com (requires you to change some DNS settings)
  • Mobile Pages: mobile-specific content on the same edit screen as your main content
  • Mobile Menus: set up mobile-specific menus for simpler navigation
  • Mobile Plugins: disable selected plugins on a mobile site for speed and reduced functionality
  • Mobile Widgets: control which widgets are shown on your mobile site
  • Mobile Shortcodes: display content selectively for mobile, tablet, and desktop
Find out more »

Developer tools

Making life easier for mobile site developers:
  • Template functions: to help determine which tier of mobile device (touch/smartphone/other) is viewing your site, to allow conditional content inclusion.
  • CSS Selection: Adds device and tier specific CSS selectors to the body_class, to allow conditional CSS (e.g. so in the same way you have “.single” that you can target “.iphone” or “.mobile-tier-touch”.)
  • Boilerplate mobile theme: barebones theme to enable developers to create their own theme.

Features

  • Switch themes: Switch your theme to a mobile-ready theme if a mobile device is detected (all major devices supported)
  • Tablet or not: Choose whether to switch theme when viewing site with an iPad, Nexus 7 and other tablets.
  • "View full version of this site": allow your user to manually switch between desktop and mobile versions. Available in 3 versions: widget, option to automatically insert into footer, or template tag.
  • Simple image transcoding