How to optimize your blog for mobile devices According to Comscore, the number of people accessing the web through their mobile phones has doubled over the last year to 22 million every day. Social networking sites and blogs are the most popular sites people are visiting on their handheld device. See more about this in my trends and predictions. If you want to make sure that you are getting as many visitors as you can, you have to make sure you optimize your site to make it mobile search engine friendly.
WPtouch is a mobile plugin for WordPress that automatically enables a simple and elegant mobile theme for mobile visitors of your WordPress website. The administration panel allows you to customize many aspects of its appearance, and deliver a fast, user-friendly and stylish version of your site to your mobile visitors, without modifying a single bit of code (or affecting) your regular desktop theme. The theme also includes the ability for visitors to switch between the theme on your mobile WordPress website and your website's regular theme. Now Available: WPtouch Pro + BraveNewCloud With 4 themes and 3 new extensions installed & updated right from our new BraveNewCloud service, it's the best WPtouch yet! For more information visit the WPtouch Pro 3 Product Page.
The WordPress Mobile Pack is a complete toolkit to help mobilize your WordPress site and blog. It includes a mobile switcher to select themes based on the type of user that is visiting the site, a selection of mobile themes, extra widgets, device adaptation and a mobile administration panel to allow users to edit the site or write new posts when out and about. The pack has been tested on WordPress 2.5.1, 2.6.5, 2.7.1, 2.8.6, 2.9.2, and 3.0. WordPress Mobile Pack
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Lifestream Blog Now Optimized for Mobile Devices Courtesy of WP A while back I had read about several WordPress plugins that offered the ability to customize the viewing of your site for mobile devices. Yesterday I decided to go research the slew of plugins available out there to determine which one to implement. I reduced the field to 2 plugins. The MobilePress plugin and the WP Touch plugin. I liked the straightforward and simple approach offered by MobilePress, but then after playing with WP Touch, I decided that I like the larger number of options and ways to customize the features.
MobilePress - Enable The Mobile Web MobilePress - Opening Up Development Help us develop MobilePress into the number one WordPress plugin for mobile. MobilePress is now hosted on Github. Recent Bug Fixes The MobilePress team has pushed a number of version updates over the past week.