A Plugin to Make All Themes Responsive, Coming Soon


It’s no secret that I’m a fan of responsive themes. Knowing that your WordPress blog will look just as good on a tiny mobile screen as it does on a huge desktop screen is one of the most important factors of design to me, especially in today’s age where mobile device usage is growing so rapidly.

Sadly, there aren’t many responsive themes out there, but Responsive Plugin aims to change that. Once released, Responsive Plugin will make any theme scale perfectly on any screen size. There is no definitive release date, but it is definitely coming out sooner rather than later, and you can find a signup form at the bottom of the site if you want to follow the action.




  1. Kaelin (2 comments.) says:

    Looks like a great idea- but there’s no signup form for notification.

  2. James (184 comments.) says:

    It’s right at the bottom of the page, where it says “enter your email address.”

    • Kaelin (2 comments.) says:

      So there’s your post. There’s an ad for your rss feed. I have the option to advertise. There’s related posts. There’s the comment box for the post. There’s a ton of category links. And the WordPress footer. In the sidebar, I can choose from the rss feed again, some ads, recent posts, and a few videos.

      I’m not normally dense, but I just don’t see it.

      And forgive me, but I’m not one for rss feeds. Email about things I’d like to be interested in, yes. Rss feeds that I have to keep track of, not so much.

      • James (184 comments.) says:

        It’s not here, it’s at the Responsive Plugin site linked to in the post.

        This is just a news blog, not the product site.

  3. Hi, James!
    Very interesting information. Good that we clicked on the news about WordPress in our Dashboard :). We are already signed up and waiting for the plugin to come out. We are curious about 3 things – first, how they will manage to do such an universal plugin, converting every theme into responsive and second, how much finaly it will be useful for our clients, and third, how user friendly will be.
    Thanks for the post! We will not find out about this plugin without it!
    Milena Böhm

  4. Amal (1 comments.) says:

    will wait for the plugin to release as the no of portable devices are increasing the need for responsivce desig is increasing too

  5. Shane (1 comments.) says:

    Oh this would be awesome! Setting up a mobile version of our blog was easy enough but I’ve found tweaking it for tablets to be much harder. I hope they can pull this off in a way that works for both the site owner and reader. Cheers for putting me on to this, signed up and eager to try.

  6. Katipsoi Zunontee (1 comments.) says:

    Fantastic, I’m waiting for the novelty, since I’ll join now! Indeed, if as I’m expecting, congratulations! The expectation is great!

  7. Illiya Vjestica (1 comments.) says:

    That will be useful if it’s released. A lot of theme designers are making their themes responsive as a start, but frankly there are far too few being developed.

    I cannot wait for someone to build a decent plugin to do this, will be interesting to see if it works well. I guess the plugin develop could build it for the standard WordPress themes, encourage theme developers to use it with their themes.

  8. Midwest Web Developers (1 comments.) says:

    This is really what I have been hoping for a while. There are some amazing theme developers out there that do a great job, but fail to make their theme adapt well to mobile. So I am often stuck with a very generic mobile theme and a fantastic desktop theme.

    Thank you for pointing this out. I will be eagerly awaiting this plugin’s arrival!

  9. Dan (1 comments.) says:

    I’m pretty excited about this. I’ve recently started using wordpress templates from a well respected company online but sometimes the developers are slow to come back and releases a patch for mobile content. Seeing is believing though – just because it will resize the dimensions to fit the targeted screen doesn’t mean there won’t be additional layout problems as a result. I’ve got my fingers crossed.

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