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Hi, does anyone know how to do this?
I would like to run code via functions.php depending on the display resolution.
For example, if I use Brian Gardner's new mobile first theme I might want to show a slider only on displays above 800px wide.
I don't want to set display:none in the CSS for the slider at lower resolutions as that would defeat the point of a mobile first theme. The slider code would only run at higher resolutions.
I know there is a plugin which adds a body class for the device it thinks the user is on. Maybe I could use some sort of conditional code based on a displayed desktop class. If so, how would I do that?
I don't know of a plugin to add a body class for display resolutions or even if that would be the answer to my problem.
Thing out loud, maybe I don't need to add a body class if I use wp_is_mobile.
If I used something like if ( !wp_is_mobile() ) perhaps I could add some code to a hook which would only work on desktop displays - or at least larger than tablet. Which is the behaviour I want.
Would that work? Or is it a bad idea for any reason?
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