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    i want to setup two theme for my website. how?

    i want to setup two theme for my website. for mobile virsion a theme on m.mydomain.com , and setup onether theme for desktop verson on www.mydomain.com .

     

    i can it by opening two subdomain, but i want to serve my main domain content to both device version. like facebook, twitter, other. godaddy also do that. when i visit godady by my mobile that link was sg.godaddy.com and when visit by desktop that link is www.godaddy.com . but same content

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    Super User III
    Super User III

    Re: i want to setup two theme for my website. how?

    Hey there @fxabkader124,

     

    With WordPress, that's not really possible out of the box. Now, if you know how to code in CSS or you hire a developer to do it, you can probably display different aesthetic attributes between desktop and mobile. You would have to do some work under the hood for that, however.

     

    I would strongly recommend AGAINST this idea, though, as having two different looks to the same site will cause brand confusion. It's a good way to lose business.

     

    Hope that helps!



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    Super User III Super User III
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    Re: i want to setup two theme for my website. how?

    @fxabkader124There have been several mobile theme switcher plugins but most seem to be outdated and no longer updated.  That method is obsolete for the most part because the current recommendation is to make responsive websites.  As I pointed out in another thread your website is already using the better method, where it automatically adjusts to fit the device it's being displayed on.  If you do run into any issues things can generally be tweaked to provide better user experiences.  But going to great lengths just for some users to be on a different domain name is a pointless battle.