October 22, 2012

Display Different Images For Mobile Users in WordPress using Aqua Resizer + Mobile-Detect

I have been working on a Photography theme recently and one of the things I’ve been implementing is a mobile “style”. Unlike the common responsive themes that will adjust to  your browser size no matter the device, I’ve been setting it up so mobile css/js loads only on tablets and hand-held…

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2 Comments on “Display Different Images For Mobile Users in WordPress using Aqua Resizer + Mobile-Detect

Elliott Richmond
October 23, 2012 at 11:49 am

the link is null?

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LatestWP
October 23, 2012 at 12:48 pm

Hi Elliott,

I’ve just fixed the link.
thank you very much for pointing that out :)

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