I’m working on my first WordPress theme to submit, and I’m not sure what to do about mobile. It would make sense to create a separate section in the CSS to target mobile so that people can just buy one theme and have it automatically detect and display the correct CSS . This is pretty easy to do with device-width, max-device-width, and orientation rules to account for the common widths (
But then there is a separate mobile WordPress category on ThemeForest as well. Do people really buy a separate theme just for mobile? And for people who buy the regular theme, assuming I don’t include the mobile version, how can they easily upgrade? If I do include the mobile version with the regular theme, can I still sell it separately?
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With all the competition on TF (especially in the WP catgegory), anything extra you can add will help you stand out. I think bundling the two together might be a nice little bonus to give your theme a little extra incentive. Sorry I don’t have any real answers to your questions on specifics. Just my 2cents on bundling them together.
Yeah, and maybe make sure you have a fully customizable home page too Cheers.
With all the competition on TF (especially in the WP catgegory), anything extra you can add will help you stand out. I think bundling the two together might be a nice little bonus to give your theme a little extra incentive.
Thanks for the suggestion…that’s what I was thinking as well. I wouldn’t want people to have to buy my theme twice just to get the mobile part, considering it’s just a few extra CSS rules. So it’s settled…I’m going to bundle them together!