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8 Plugins That Make Your Site Mobile-Responsive

 

Here is another great collection of some useful plugins. This time around, we are focusing on top 8 plugins that make your site mobile responsive. Plugins are here to expedite work flow and simply the work process and thereby improving the productivity as well. These days, it is the utmost important requirement that your responsive website must work on desktop as well as on mobile devices.

With these plugins, you can achieve just that easily. These plugins will make your website mobile responsive and thereby increasing the chances of getting more customers. Scroll through our wonderful collection and be inspired. Do let us know what you think about this compilation. Feel free to share your opinions and comments with us via comment section below.

Jetpack

Jetpack adds powerful features previously only available to WordPress.com users including customization, traffic, mobile, content, and performance tools.

WPtouch Mobile Plugin

Make your WordPress website mobile-friendly with just a few clicks.

WordPress Mobile Pack

The NEW WordPress Mobile Pack allows you to ‘package’ your existing content into a cross-platform mobile web application.

Any Mobile Theme Switcher

This Plugin detects mobile browser and display the theme as the setting done from admin. Usefull for switch to Mobile Theme.

Mobile Smart

The Mobile Smart plugin allows your WordPress site to switch your theme if a user visits it using a mobile device, plus adds template tags to help you.

WP Mobile Edition

Is a complete toolkit to mobilize your WordPress site. It has a mobile switcher and Mobile themes.

Responsive Select Menu

The Responsive Select Menu plugin automatically turns any WordPress 3 Menu into a select box / dropdown on mobile devices.

Juiz Smart Mobile Admin

Used with the default administration theme, this plugin offers you a smartphone support for your dashboard.

8 Plugins That Make Your Site Mobile-Responsive
Akhter
Fri, 06 Nov 2015 14:34:56 GMT

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