Configuring the Core Settings of WP Touch Mobile
In this article, we will guide you through the core settings of the WP Touch Mobile plugin.
Step 1) Login to the WordPress Dashboard.
Step 2) On the Dashboard, click on WPTouch in the left sidebar.
Step 3) When the WP Touch plugin opens up, you will be able to choose Core Settings on the left sidebar.
Step 4) On the General tab of the Core Settings page, add the name of your website to the Site Title & Byline box. This is the Head Title the user will see when they visit on your site on their mobile.
Step 5) Choose the Regionalization depending on your Nationality and Language. The plugin will detect it automatically but you can change it if you wish.
Step 6) Choose the Display Mode. You can also disable your mobile theme from this section.
Step 7) Choose the Landing Page that your users will first go to when they visit your site on their mobile. You can stick to the Default (most likely your Home Page) or choose a specific page to go to. If you choose to select a new one, you will be asked to choose which page you want to be the main landing page.
Step 8) You can add Custom Code in this field, which will show in the Theme Footer (bottom of the page). This could be a contact form, weblink or an image, etc.
Step 9) Choose the Admin Mode. This will determine what shows on your Admin panel. If you choose Advanced you will be given the option to use jQuery 2.0 in Themes, view load times for your site and enable a debug log. These should only be added if you plan to use them and you know what you are doing with them. Leave as default if you are not sure.
Step 10) When you get to the bottom of the page, you can save your changes, preview your theme to make sure that it fits what you are looking for, and you can reset the settings to how they were at the start, which is useful if you make an error.
The next step of the guide will focus on Setting Up WP Touch Mobile’s Compatibility Settings.