Touch is the 4th in a series of mobile WordPress themes from Bonfire Themes and is intended for use on smartphone and/or tablet devices. Set it up as a secondary theme and display it only to mobile visitors, or set up a brand new WordPress installation; the choice is yours.
Touch may look light and airy but, as can be seen on the features list below, it’s a mobile theme with plenty of features in tow and can be used for many purposes; set up a straightforward blog, an optional static front page, a touch gesture-enabled gallery, or even a portfolio. Also included is a utterly unique comment form along with a validation-enabled contact form, plus sliders, shortcodes, ‘install as web app’ functionality and so on, and so on.
You’ll always have our promise of excellent support which is something we’re massively proud of. But instead of taking our word for it, please see below for just a taste of the praise those who’ve purchased this theme have kindly sent our way:
Touch is a thoroughly tested theme. iPhones and iPads, Android and Windows devices, even desktop browsers. It works everywhere. Should you use it as such, it can even function as a full-blown desktop site.
‘Touch’ works alongside your existing desktop theme and can easily be shown to your mobile and/or tablet visitors only. To get a first hand look at the theme, visit the live demo site here.
‘Touch’ comes with a customized version of PhotoSwipe, the popular touch-enabled gallery system, which integrates absolutely seamlessly with WordPress. Let your visitors swipe, pinch and zoom their way through your images!
UPDATE 1.6 - the menu button is now much more reactive on touch devices
UPDATE 1.5 - Instead of only being available on the front page, the search function is now integrated into the menubar and is quickly accessible from all posts and pages (as is the case with the 'back', 'call' and 'e-mail' buttons though, the 'search' button too can be removed if you so wish).
UPDATE 1.4 - Addressed potential iOS 7 icon display issue
UPDATE 1.3 - Addressed possible WordPress 3.6 menu incompatibility
UPDATE 1.2 - Added 'install as webapp' functionality for iOS --- Added 'install as webapp' item to documentation - Ready-to-edit child theme now included - Updated main menu (an opened menu with sub items can now be closed individually)
UPDATE 1.1 - Updated main menu; an opened menu with sub items is now closed as another is opened.
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Very nice looking theme. We are using it as just the mobile-only version, and it works very well. Fantastic support as well!