Mobile Blog Appearance

This particular option can be found by logging into your site's admin area and going to:
"ProPhoto" > "Customize" > "Mobile"

The Mobile display of a ProPhoto blog is special – for devices with smaller screens (like smartphones) zooming in to read small text and click links becomes tedious. ProPhoto improves blog/reader interaction with bite-sized views of blog posts, greatly improving the navigation of large lists of posts.

If you haven’t already done so, you’ll want to check out our Mobile Overview.

Post Background color/image

In the mobile view of the blog, each post or page appears appears with a background color and/or graphic – you can choose the color or upload a background image in ProPhoto to get the look you’re after for your pages and posts.

Click to view the details.

Post divider line/border

In the mobile view of the blog, each post appears in a list – you can style the border color and line thickness in ProPhoto.

Click to view the details.

Post Title text

Each post appearing in the list of blog posts has Title/headline text – you can style the text with your choice of font, color, and other styling.

Click for 'overall' headline details. Click specifically for 'Post Excerpt Titles' headline details.

Post Excerpt text

Each post appearing in the list of blog posts might also have ‘excerpt text‘ which is taken from the content of a post, or from the Excerpt box within the post editor screen. You can style the excerpt text with your choice of font, color, and other styling.

Click to view the details.

Post Text

For the actual content of your Posts and Pages you create, use ProPhoto to create a specific style just for mobile devices, with controls just for mobile content appearance.

Click to view the details.

Post Meta Links

Each blog Post can be organized into Categories, and can be grouped with Tags – adjust the color and other styling ProPhoto uses for these links in your Post pages for mobile.

Click to view the details.


This particular option can be found by logging into your site's admin area and going to:
"ProPhoto 4" > "Customize" > "Mobile"

The Mobile display of a ProPhoto blog is special – for devices with smaller screens (like smartphones) zooming in to read small text and click links becomes tedious. ProPhoto improves blog/reader interaction with bite-sized views of blog posts, greatly improving the navigation of large lists of posts.

If you haven’t already done so, you’ll want to check out our Mobile Overview.

Post Background color/image

In the mobile view of the blog, each post or page appears appears with a background color and/or graphic – you can choose the color or upload a background image in ProPhoto to get the look you’re after for your pages and posts.

Click to view the details.

Post divider line/border

In the mobile view of the blog, each post appears in a list – you can style the border color and line thickness in ProPhoto.

Click to view the details.

Post Title text

Each post appearing in the list of blog posts has Title/headline text – you can style the text with your choice of font, color, and other styling.

Click for 'overall' headline details. Click specifically for 'Post Excerpt Titles' headline details.

Post Excerpt text

Each post appearing in the list of blog posts might also have ‘excerpt text‘ which is taken from the content of a post, or from the Excerpt box within the post editor screen. You can style the excerpt text with your choice of font, color, and other styling.

Click to view the details.

Post Text

For the actual content of your Posts and Pages you create, use ProPhoto to create a specific style just for mobile devices, with controls just for mobile content appearance.

Click to view the details.

Post Meta Links

Each blog Post can be organized into Categories, and can be grouped with Tags – adjust the color and other styling ProPhoto uses for these links in your Post pages for mobile.

Click to view the details.

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