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Content Control For Mobile Site?
Posted 05 December 2012 - 09:35 AM
I'm looking at plug-ins to create a mobile version of the wordpress site that I manage (www.ttne.com). Mostly, I'm trying to find one that enables me to manage what posts/pages show up on the mobile version. I can't tell if your plug-in enables me to make those kinds of decisions or it is mostly designed to create a mobile-friendly version of the desktop version of the site, which includes all of the content.
For example, if I create a category titled "Mobile" and then tag certain posts with this category, can I then direct your plug-in to only display that category in the mobile version it creates? There are some pages and posts that I just don't want to include and others that I would wish to feature, taking into account the limited screen size and people's attention spans.
Posted 05 December 2012 - 10:24 AM
With PluginBuddy Mobile, you can control which pages show on the mobile version of your site simply by creating a menu in WordPress' built-in Menus editor and applying it to the plugin. There is not away, however, to filter the posts that show on your mobile site.
Let us know if you have any additional questions.