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May 28, 2013 at 7:58 pm #23961
Hi. First of all, I’m very happy with the look and feel of the angular theme on my full website (organicreative.com) but the mobile version (which I’m assuming is activated by the plugin jetpack) is not working correctly. I activated the mobile theme within jetpack and then clicked on “configure” hoping it would allow me to control how the mobile theme looked but the only radio buttons available on the configure page to chose from are “Enable excerpts on front page and on archive pages” and “Show full posts on front page and on archive pages”. I selected “Enable excerpts on front page and on archive pages” and then clicked on the “save configuration” button. When I went to view my website on my iPhone and iPad the theme showed up as a very generic blue theme with menu with search at the top and no content other than the default “hello world” post and other posts that came with the dummy content. I thought if I changed all the posts from “published” to “draft” within wp-admin this might solve the problem. It did, but only partially. After I changed all the posts to “draft” mode, the home, bio and portfolio pages started showing up correctly (to match organicreative.com) instead of the generic blue mobile theme that was showing only posts. However, for some reason, even though there are no longer any published posts, the secondary pages (identity, print, web) and the contact page are still showing up as the generic blue mobile theme on iPhone and iPad.
What can I do to get rid of the generic blue mobile theme for the secondary pages (identity, print, web) and the contact page so that the mobile theme is consistent with my website?
Any help you can give is greatly appreciated.May 28, 2013 at 11:33 pm #121794
The theme doesn’t use JetPack in any way. The jetpack mobile version is completely separate and independent of the theme’s responsive functionality which is what the theme does when the viewers device is smaller than desktop.
DevinMay 29, 2013 at 6:15 pm #121795May 29, 2013 at 6:22 pm #121796
I understand now : ) Thank you! As soon as I uninstalled Jetpack the mobile site started working perfectly! I love it!!!May 29, 2013 at 6:32 pm #121797
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