2 WordPress plugins for responsive websites

Free plugins are one of the best things that ever happened to WordPress. Whenever a new client asks how much work/time it would take to implement a certain functionality my default answer is “I’ll have to look into this, we may need to build it from scratch but there’s a big chance someone else already built a plugin for this that we can use and speed things up”.

I’ve created a few of my own to speed up my web dev process and today I’d like to share some with you. These two fall under “responsive web design” and are meant to cover some recurring front end necessities.

Conditional Lightbox

User’s screen is big enough to fit a lightbox? Not many things inside a mobile browser can be more annoying than encountering a lightbox. When activated this plugin adds a lightbox to all image links — only on non-mobile borwsers.

Minimize Comments on Mobile

It’s probably not a good idea to completely hide the comments on mobile devices, but you could have them minimized by default. Users want to see the comments? They tap a link and *poof* the list of comments appears.

What’s the point?

These jQuery scripts are supposed to give you a head start when building a responsive WordPress website. The WorPress Plugin Directory is like the App Store of WordPress websites, so after a quick search in your wp-admin these scripts will be a couple of clicks away.

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One comment on “2 WordPress plugins for responsive websites
  1. Emu Hex says:

    Hello Stefan! I have found your site from Yahoo, When i was finding some of the best free word press plugins. I am happy to read your post and see the blugins that are created by you. Thanks for the best work for web development. One more thing that i really love to share that is wordpress themes submission site. Hope everyone would like to submit their themes to sell them.