[Resolved] Changing to mobile friendly

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  • #103866
    Sharron McDearmont

    This is completely new to me and I’m not real sure how. I am using templates Forefront and Freelance which I believe are both responsive themes.I saw plugins WordPress touch and WordPress mobile pack. I have not installed them yet because I’m not sure its the best way to go or to put it all in CSS? I saw mentioned the plugin generate legacy mobile menu. Afraid that’s the extent of what I know. I am working on my WordPress websites first. I also have two html sites with blogs built in to worry about(example beautifullywed.com) but hopefully I will be ready when I get there.

    #103906
    Sharron McDearmont

    Me again. I saw a lot of plugins mobile related and some had very good ratings. If there are any you particularly like, please share. My WordPress site is sharronconnect.com.

    #103944
    Tom
    Lead Developer
    Lead Developer

    Hi Sharron,

    GeneratePress is mobile responsive by default. You shouldn’t have to install a mobile plugin unless you specifically want to use the layout the plugin displays.

    This CSS should make your current mobile version look a bit better.

    @media (max-width: 768px) {
          .main-title {
                font-size: 25px;
          }
          .inside-article {
                padding: 20px;
          }
    }
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