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Uses Mobile Detect to redirect mobile traffic to your mobile website. Redirects on a page-by-page basis (posts and custom post types included). For example; yourwebsite.com/contact/ will redirect mobile devices to yourmobilewebsite.com/contact/ instead of always redirecting to your mobile home page. This can be overridden on any page individually with a convenient meta box adjacent to the WYSIWYG (usually underneath, by default). Sets a cookie to remember which version of your website (desktop or mobile, usually) your visitors opted for (so it’s okay to set a link on your mobile site to view the desktop version). Provides options to NOT redirect basic parts of WordPress: the Front page (static), Pages, the “Home” page (blog posts page), Posts, Attachments, Authors, Categories, Dates, Tags and search results. Includes a widget for inserting a link back to your mobile site, which is only generated for mobile devices. Includes two shortcodes for generating links to your mobile site. One is generated only for mobile devices and the other is generated regardless. No CSS rules are used and classes are provided, yielding coders full reign to style generated links to fit the website theme. Shortcodes even allow you to set the link’s classes. Adds a class to the <body> (mobile-detected) to help coders write styles specifically for mobile devices. Leaves 404 errors untouched, allowing you to...
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