We all know for sure that technology won’t stop from evolving and all modern screens (speaking from the readers point of view) can be between a 30″ desktop monitor and a 3.5″ iPhone screen. Usually, most sites use two version of the main site and distribute them depending on the user (mobile or desktop). This is a good thing, don’t get me wrong, but you can achieve the same thing using responsive techniques.
If your blog runs on WordPress, you can easily turn it into a responsive website using WordPress responsive plugins. To help you limit your search, today we provided a small list of WordPress responsive plugins to help you out. The list includes plugins for re-sizing images, creating a mobile version of your WordPress blog, make videos responsive, and other great ones. To keep you safe, try experimenting with this WordPress responsive plugins on your local or dev environment.
10 WordPress responsive plugins
Wp fluid images
WP Fluid Images runs when you insert an image into a Post or Page. It removes the fixed width and height attributes from the image tag. If you insert an image from the image uploader, by default, a width and height attribute is inserted into the image tag with fixed pixel values. This insures that any image in a Post or Page won’t extend past the width of the Post or Page.
FitVids for WordPress
FitVids is a WordPress responsive plugin that automatically reduces the width/height of the embeded video to suite your website design.
WordPress Responsive mobile pack
The WordPress Mobile Pack is a complete toolkit to help mobilize your WordPress site and blog. It includes a mobile switcher to select themes based on the type of user that is visiting the site, a selection of mobile themes, extra widgets, device adaptation and a mobile administration panel to allow users to edit the site or write new posts when out and about.
Style my Gallery
This plugin will allow a gallery of images pulled from the media library to be displayed using popular scripts. Currently this plugin supports FlexSlider and ImageFlow.
Makes your TwentyTen themed site have a responsive and fluid layout. Making it ideal for for viewing across a whole range of devices and screen sizes (i.e iPhones, Android, iPads). Uses CSS and media queries to enable the fluidity and responsiveness.
RespondJS for WordPress
The goal of this script is to provide a fast and lightweight (3kb minified / 1kb gzipped) script to enable responsive web designs in browsers that don’t support CSS3 Media Queries – in particular, Internet Explorer 8 and under. It’s written in such a way that it will probably patch support for other non-supporting browsers as well.
WP mobile detector
The WP Mobile Detector WordPress plugin automatically detects if the visitor is using a standard mobile phone or a smart phone and loads a compatible WordPress mobile theme for each.
Used with the default administration theme, this plugin offers you a smartphone support for your dashboard. Some other plugins are already supported (WPML, Simple Image Sizes, Next Gen Gallery, etc.), but the diversity of the WordPress community can’t permit the Juiz SMA plugin to be perfect.