Tagged: mobile responsive
This question is for the Studiopress Developers:
I develop on Studiopress and would like to know if there is a plan/timeline in place for upgrading all the themes to mobile responsive.
It would be very helpful to know that as I plan upgrades for clients.
I of course don’t know what the plans are for updating the last few themes that haven’t gotten responsive updates. But I’m planning a mobile-first upgrade for a site based on Magazine 1.0 and debating direction. Do I port her CSS to Magazine 2.0, which is responsive? Will that save me much time in the end, considering how little her site looks like Magazine 1.0?
But the one step I have taken is to grab a clean copy of the files at http://320andup.com and style those to match her branding. Next, I suppose, will be to design a phone-sized home page that is mostly top-level navigation – unless I start to see a bunch of jokes about When Old People Design Mobile-First kinda like this – http://tennis-bookers.com – with latest posts below the fold. My reasoning: It’s a phone – we scroll. Yes? No?
Anyway – my two cents (or less.)
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