On the mobile version of my WordPress website, I made the subtlest stylesheet tweaks — adjusting the date text a few pixels to the right to align with the title text, resizing the comment box so that it fits on the screen, adjusting the whitespace ever so slightly.
Most of the world will never notice the difference, but I’ve been wanting to make those changes for months. I can rest more easily tonight.
I use WP Touch Pro for the mobile version of my site, which offers customization features that make it well worth the price.
I’m also happy with the free version, WP Touch, which offers fewer bells and whistles, but which works perfectly well for the mobile version of the Stage Right! website.
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