This website of mine is getting more sophisticated by the minute, now that I have updated my gallery outside of this blog. But sooner or later, I’m going to need better content–and more content altogether–to match. Anyway, I had been corresponding with a number of transgender women in Hong Kong, who told me that a lot of them browse the web on their iPhones regularly, and that’s how they usually read my blog. I do feel honoured that someone halfway around the world is reading my blog, but when I tried doing that myself, I realized that it’s a bit of a pain. For one thing, Safari tries to squeeze everything into one little screen, and the text doesn’t show up very well.
So I searched on Google for ways to get around this, and it only took me a few minutes to find a popular plugin called “WPTouch” that does exactly what I want. If you read my blog from an iPhone, iPod Touch or an Android-powered smartphone, the plugin will automatically the browser type, and format the blog to match. This format takes up less bandwidth, and (in my opinion) quite easy to read. Of course, there is still an option on the bottom of the page to switch back to the standard theme, which you’ll still see if you use your browser on a computer and quite possibly your tablet too. I must say that I am quite happy with this plugin so far.
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