You can now access a mobile version of [justinrlevy.com] when you use a touch mobile device such as an iPhone or Droid. Previously this blog had utilized the Carrington theme to create a mobile version of the site. But, I just switched over to WPtouch to create a fuller experience. Carrington had many of the features that WPtouch has but I like the look, feel and design of WPtouch a little more. It displays photos, Tweetmeme and Disqus tightly as well as the basic features of the site including tabs, tags, categories, date/time, and more.
What really impressed me about WPtouch was the level of customization the theme allows from the Settings menu. In my previous experience with themes or plugins that created mobile versions, they usually were limited in their customization options, if they allowed customization at all. Of course, you could pay to have a custom mobile version created but who wants to spend money if they don’t have to.
To highlight the high level of customization that the user is allowed, I took the below screenshot of the just the icon selection menu. This menu allows you to choose the icons that will be displayed for your different tabs.
That is just one of the many customizable features that you can tweak and have fun with.