1. When I visit my website from a smartphone, I don’t see any posts or pages
Please make sure that the endpoint exporting the content can be accessed and doesn’t show errors or notices. From a browser, go to the following address: /wp-content/plugins/wordpress-mobile-pack/export/content.php?content=exportcategories&limit=5&callback=Ext.data.JsonP.callback. You should see a text starting with “Ext.data.JsonP.callback”. If the page displays a “403 forbidden” message or has any errors / notices, it means that the content will not be available to the mobile web app.
2. I have enabled WordPress Mobile Pack, but I still see the desktop theme on my smartphone
If you are using a cache plugin, please check the docs. Some additional settings on the cache plugin might be required to correctly enable the mobile detection from WordPress Mobile Pack.
3. What can I use to replace contact forms?
Most of the sites we come across use contact forms to allow users to get in touch or/and send messages. However, when targeting mobile users, forcing them to fill out a dull form (usually pretty long) is the worst UX you can offer to your mobile audience. Instead, here are a couple of approaches you could try out in your mobile web application:
Let users call you
You have to remember that they’re reading your content from a mobile device, so the most obvious way to get in touch with you is to actually call you directly. You can do that by editing a page and adding the following piece of code:
<a href="tel:+1234567890">Call us now!</a>
Sending a message over email
Why using a contact form when you can simply use the mailto: function: