1. themeofthecrop

    This sounds like a great way of gently nudging a client to think about mobile devices. Their MS Word instincts always seem to kick in and when I go back to perform updates I see they’ve tried to cram as much as they can into a menu or a text widget or whatever, completely forgetting that people will be looking at their site on a phone.


  2. ubernaut

    thanks for sharing thats a cool bookmarklet!


  3. Anh Tran

    I’ve been using the bookmarklet. It’s great to see it’s converted into WordPress plugin!


  4. Scott

    Thanks for the great review! really chuffed :)

    We find it’s a great tool for getting site editors to consider their content on a range of devices. It is also useful for us when developing a site. One extra bonus is that your developer tools remain at a decent size whilst viewing the smaller screen sizes.

    I hope you all find it useful and a big thanks to Malte Wassermann for the bookmarklet.


  5. Daniele “Mte90” Scasciafratte

    Firefox have the responsive view that is very better than this :-)


  6. panopticdesign

    While Firefox (and other browsers) have several responsive plugins, it is difficult to get a client to install and use them. The advantage here is it is integrated into the client’s website and makes it easier for the client to understand the value of a responsive theme or mobile design.


  7. رشيد بيدوسي


    But how can I enable the bar to be visible in the frontend for the public visitors too ?


    • ubernaut

      pretty sure thats just a setting in the general category, maybe you need buddypress to see that option though.


    • Scott Evans

      I am wondering why you would want to offer this to public visitors? It is a testing tool for editors/developers and I cannot see many situations where it would be useful to a site visitor.


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