October 24, 2012

How to make your WordPress Theme Retina Ready

We are currently adding Retina support for our WordPress Themes, so I thought I’d share how we did it so you can too. About High Resolution Displays Retina and high resolution displays in general are like HD TV, pretty soon everyone will have…

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