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I set up a website with the Lexicon child theme but want to make it mobile responsive. What is the easiest way to make a website mobile responsive? Would you recommend a plugin or coding (which I am fine doing) or start with a new and similar child theme?
Mobile responsiveness is a function of CSS. You'd have to create media query breakpoints and write all of the CSS required for the job. It would really be a whole lot easier and time saving to start with a HTML5 theme that is already responsive. You may have to tweak some things, but you'll be able to leave the Tylenol bottle in the medicine cabinet.
Thanks Victor. I have seen plugins in the past that make a site mobile responsive but have been hesitant to try them especially since we use NextGen Gallery.
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