Unfortunately that is a mine field and would require a complete re-write of DynamiX. The structure of responsive designs are completely different and require a specific foundation from the start, when DynamiX was initially designed responsive wasn't on the scene. Plus a lot of the features would require to be removed e.g. some of the galleries.
keyhanjunParticipantI made very positive experiences with WPtouch Pro. Maybe it is something for you regarding your mobile users. They even have a free plugin so you can try it out first.>>> http://www.bravenewcode.com/store/plugins/wptouch-pro/
Feel free to report back. 😉
I could not mention this earlier as I awaiting review but I have released a new theme Tersus which is fully responsive. 🙂
reading the blurb on Tersus, the features seem much the same as Dynamix, except Tersus is :
- Responsive HTML5 / CSS3 Design
- SEO Optimised including Google Page Speed
… which I like the idea of 🙂
Is it easy to migrate to Tersus from Dynamix? (BTW I haven’t updated Dynamix to the latest version) – is there a guide for this?
It has the same features as DynamiX + tonnes more and also a lot more flexibility. For example, gallery short codes can be set to any size and grid, group upto 12 columns – so you can place them anywhere, even into a 1/4 column or a sidebar etc. See here for example http://tersus.northvantage.co.uk/grid-shortcode/
The images within galleries are not squished, you can have different aspect ratio images and the gallery will resize to it.
Just activate Tersus as a new theme and it will accept the DynamiX settings and short codes – there maybe one or two tweaks you have to make but should be pretty smooth 😉
…sort of, on my test rig@home it the pages went berzerk!!! and the style all mixed up, so my quick solution was to export my data (posts, and so on), reset wordpress (via a plugin) and import back, then it all fitted together!!! and my I say Andy, the theme is absolutely brilliant!!!
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