New "Mobile First" theme for Genesis 2.0

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    McGuive7
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    Hi everyone,

    We just created a “mobile first” version of the new Genesis 2.0 Sample Theme. Feel free to use it if you like:

    http://www.mightyminnow.com/2013/08/our-new-mobile-first-child-theme-for-genesis-2-0/

    Any suggestions/comments are welcome. Thanks!

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    http://www.mightyminnow.com/2013/08/our-new-mobile-first-child-theme-for-genesis-2-0/
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    anitac
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    That’s nice and responds well. Are there any other layouts available with it, landing page, portfolio layouts or just content-sidebar?


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    anitac
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    Well, I take that back. I thought when I clicked the link I was seeing the actual new theme which I am not. I will download it to see what it looks like.


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    #56195

    McGuive7
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    Hi Anitac,

    To answer your question, our child theme is just a “mobile first” version of the default Genesis 2.0 sample theme, so it doesn’t add any functionality or new layouts. What it primarily does is provide a modified style sheet that serves up mobile styles first, which means faster mobile loading times, no flashes of oddly styled content at mobile sizes, and an overall better experience for users on their phones or tablets. Does that answer your question? Definitely let us know if you have anything else we can help address.

    Thanks!
    - Mickey

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