[Resolved] Mobile Best Practice re: wptouch mobile plugin

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    Kris

    I have read all your threads about wptouch. They are fairly old in a webdev sense and things may have changed since some to the issues and suggestion in those threads.

    My question is what is the current recommendation on using wptouch and GPP?

    I have been running wptouch for about 6 years with no issues. I just started using GPP. Should I disable wptouch and use GPP? Should I disable the responsive part of GPP (Tom mentions doing this in an older thread) and use wptouch for mobile.

    My wptouch license is up for renewal, its not cheap, Id rather not renew it if I do not need it.

    thanks

    #1161714
    David
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    Customer Support

    Hi there,

    personally i cannot see the need for a ‘separate’ mobile site or the overhead of creating one. So i would drop the plugin and leave the responsive controls to GP.

    Of course i am a little biased so i took a quick look at the features the plugin offers and i cannot see anything that you could not do with GP. But i would suggest you review your requirements, is there something you think WP Touch can do that GP cannot or that it does better ?

    #1162751
    Kris

    Thanks David you answered my question. Nothing specific I wanted to do. Keeping my site light and fast is important so I will happily drop one expensive plugin.

    #1162753
    Kris

    marked as resolved

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    David
    Staff
    Customer Support

    Glad to be of help 🙂

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