Being an iPhone user, I’m always happy to find sites that have mobile-friendly versions.
Despite the Safari browser that comes with the iPhone and iPod Touch,Â I find many websites difficult to navigate using such a small screen.
Looking into some WordPress iPhone plugins, I installed and configured WPtouch, which automatically displays a mobile-compatible version of a WordPress site for users browsing with iPhone, iPod Touch, or Android Touch devices.
Looks alright on my iPhone. :)Â Let me know what you think.
Automattic has just released WordPress 2.7 and it’s had a complete overhaul to the administrative interface based on lots of user testing and feedback.
I’ve been using the betas for a while and have grown to love it, especially:
- the design and increased usability of the admin interface (backend)
- upgrading WordPress from within WordPress
- adding new plugins from within WordPress
Download WordPress 2.7
I use WordPress as a CMS for many websites and I’m a big fan of reusing code where it makes sense. So, I’ve pieced together some simple markup and styles, which are a basis for the footer in some of my WordPress themes.
Following are excerpts, notes, and links for my presentation at WordCamp Portland 2008 titled ‘Design & Debug Themes Using Free Tools.’
Really looking forward to meeting folks and taking part in sessions tomorrow at WordCamp Portland.
My company, IvyCat.com, is one of the sponsors and we’re giving away a few hosting accounts as door prizes.
Also, I’ll be leading a session at 3pm titled Design & Debug WordPress Themes Using Free Tools.
I’ll post notes for the session in the morning.Â Hope to see you there.