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    Mobile WordPress Theming: Day 4Preview
    Welcome to the final installment of our Mobile WordPress Theming series! In this tutorial, we will be loading posts and pages dynamically into our mobile web application. By the end, we will have a usable mobile WordPress theme! Let's jump right in!Read More…
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    Mobile WordPress Theming: Day 3Jqtouch wordpress
    Welcome to the latest installment of Mobile WordPress Theming. Last week, we created the HTML version of the WordPress theme that we will be creating in this tutorial. By the end of this tutorial, we will have a basic WordPress theme that can be applied to any existing WordPress site. Next week, we will package and finish it. Let's get right down to it! Read More…
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    Mobile WordPress Theming: Day 2Mobile theming preview
    Last week we explored, jQTouch, the framework we would be using to create our mobile wordpress theme. This week, we will pick up where we left off and apply what we learned to create the theme files that we will use to integrate with a WordPress theme. Let’s get to it!Read More…
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    Mobile WordPress Theming: Day 1Jqtouch wordpress
    In my last article introducing Sencha Touch, we discussed approaching mobile users through web apps instead of native apps and the distinct advantages and disadvantages of this approach. This is nice, but what about if you just want to push out simple content to users on their mobile devices and don’t need the sophistication of a regular “app” at all? This is where creating a mobile website comes in. In this series, we will create a powerful mobile Wordpress theme that anyone can apply to their blog to make their site easily accessible to mobile users.Read More…
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