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    How to develop the mobile friendly WordPress website?

    How to develop the mobile friendly WordPress website?
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    Wapple Architect - This is the wordpress plugin that will make your website mobile friendly in a matter of seconds.
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    Make use of these plugins in order to get a mobile friendly wordpress website -

    1. WP Touch - WPtouch automatically transforms your WordPress website for mobile devices, complete with ajax loading articles and smooth effects when viewed from popular mobile web browsing devices.

    2. WP Mobile Detector - The WP Mobile Detector WordPress plugin automatically detects if the visitor is using a standard mobile phone or a smart phone and loads a compatible WordPress mobile theme for each.

    3. MobilePress - MobilePress is a plugin for WordPress that renders a mobile friendly version of your WordPress website or blog.
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    If a plugin has been downloaded more than 5 million times then it’s probably a safe bet that it’s pretty good at its job.
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    Kinetise is an app creator with built-in wordpress integration, you might find it suited to your needs.
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    Hi there,

    Jetpack is also very good and most famous plug-in for this purpose.
    It is a single plugin that can supercharge your website and give you a lot more than just a mobile responsive design. With over 33 specific features, Jetpack aims to be more than just a plugin; it wants to be the package you canít do without.
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    Hi everyone, you have to search in google they give you more advice about how to make mobile friendly website
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    I would like to suggest for Jetpack, it would be really good for you. Try this once.
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    Ľ Wordpress theme using Bootstrap framework
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    I also want to suggest you for a Jetpack. Go for it.
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    this is best option
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    Go for wptouch its creates which creates beautiful mobile version of your website in just a few minutes.
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    Jetpack, this is really a good option.
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    None of plugin will help you to make your site mobile friendly. I tried all plugins and when I visit on my site in mobile then its look very bad or change whole design of my site.

    Its better to convert your theme into responsive theme. (responsive css)
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    Hi
    I would like to disxuss about some plugins that you can use to develop the mobile friendly WordPress website. These are:

    WPtouch Mobile Plugin: The WPTouch Plugin features “Infinity Cache” to make your website blazing fast using mobile caching. Images are scaled via CSS and the plugin delivers mobile-optimized images according to the device. WPTouch uses extensions to help render separate content for mobile devices, along with the images and faster rendition mentioned above.

    WordPress Mobile Pack 2.0: The WordPress Mobile Pack 2.0 allows you to package and deliver your existing content across platforms, operating systems, and devices. The plugin allows cross-platform access, a responsive user interface, a ready-made theme with six abstract covers, and post-sync.

    Thanks !!
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