Designing a personal website for mobile devices can be a daunting task.
There are several options, depending on your target audience and the type of user that you’re targeting.
One of the easiest ways to do this is by using the WordPress theme.
In this article, we’ll explore the most popular themes available, as well as their pros and cons.
If you’d like to skip to the end of the article, that’s ok too.
The best personal website theme is a custom WordPress theme that includes a custom UI element that is designed specifically for mobile users.
This custom element is called the mobile navigation menu.
The mobile navigation has many different types of content.
For example, the menu may have links, text, icons, or buttons.
If it’s a static page, there’s no need to include a mobile navigation element.
You can just use a regular button.
The mobile navigation elements that you add are called an action button, and they can have multiple states.
The user’s primary goal is to get to the menu.
They may click a button, or they may click multiple action buttons that can be used to launch the page in different ways.
The following screenshot shows the menu’s main menu button in action.
If you add an action element, it’s called an event handler.
The events that occur when an action occurs on the page are called actions.
You create an action handler using a function called an onclick event handler .
This is similar to the HTML tag, except that you have a button and a list of possible actions.
The onclick handler receives an event object and, if the event is a click event, the handler can respond to the event using the onclick listener function.
Here’s an example of the onmouseover handler in action:If you click the menu, you get an event, but the menu is not actually being shown on the screen, because the mobile user is still in the mobile view.
Instead, the mobile users navigator is shown, but nothing happens until the user clicks the menu again.
The user’s behavior is displayed, but you don’t know what happened.
The code that makes the menu appear on the user’s screen is called a handler.
There’s also a callback function that returns a boolean value if the user clicked the menu button.
Here are some example code that creates an event on the menu and an event listener.
The example below is from a page called www.best-webdesign-site.com.
The menu is shown on a web page called home.
The main menu has an action bar that contains a link.
If the user chooses to open the page, they can see the menu on the left side of the page.
If they click the link, they see the main menu.
The event handler and callback function is called here.
The above code can be simplified a little.
The onclick and onmouseovers handlers can be placed inside the onclose handler, so they aren’t executed.
Also, if you use the callback function to return the true or false value of the event, you can also specify which actions are done when the menu appears.
The next example is from the page www.personal-business.com .
The user navigates to www.www.personal.com, which is the homepage for personal business website www.business.
Businesses can be accessed using a different URL address than personal.com or www.home.
If there’s a mobile version of the website, the browser uses the mobile version.
If a mobile site doesn’t have a mobile browser, the default mobile browser for the website is Safari.
The browser’s default mobile site browser is Safari, so the mobile versions of these pages have to be added to the onload event handler to function correctly.
This is done using a callback.
The callback function can be called on any page.
The following code is the callback for the main navigation menu:If the user navigated to www