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Not by itself. However, Manga+Press doesn't really output markup other than the comic navigation. Responsiveness depends on the theme that is being used. The themes bundled with Manga+Press — the TwentyEleven thru TwentyFourteen child-themes — all have some level of responsiveness that is dependent on their parent themes. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Not by itself. However, Manga+Press doesn't really output markup other than the comic navigation. Responsiveness depends on the theme that is being used. The themes bundled with Manga+Press — the TwentyEleven thru TwentyFourteen child-themes — all have some level of responsiveness that is dependent on their parent themes.
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<em>Is Manga+Press responsive?</em> You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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<em>Is Manga+Press responsive?</em>
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This is because the plugin hasn't been activated for the entire MS network. In order for the child-themes to be available, Manga+Press must be available to the entire network. This can be done by going to <strong>Network Admin &gt; Plugins</strong> and clicking the <em>Network Activate</em> link for Manga+Press. Once this is done, then both the parent- and child-themes need to made available to the network as well. This can be accomplished by going to <strong>Network Admin &gt; Themes</strong>, selecting the themes in question, choosing <strong>Bulk Actions &gt; Network Enable</strong>, and then clicking <strong>Apply</strong>. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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This is because the plugin hasn't been activated for the entire MS network. In order for the child-themes to be available, Manga+Press must be available to the entire network. This can be done by going to <strong>Network Admin &gt; Plugins</strong> and clicking the <em>Network Activate</em> link for Manga+Press. Once this is done, then both the parent- and child-themes need to made available to the network as well. This can be accomplished by going to <strong>Network Admin &gt; Themes</strong>, selecting the themes in question, choosing <strong>Bulk Actions &gt; Network Enable</strong>, and then clicking <strong>Apply</strong>.
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<em>The bundled themes aren't available in WordPress Multi-site. What's going on?</em> You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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<em>The bundled themes aren't available in WordPress Multi-site. What's going on?</em>
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Yes, it does. However, a few steps must be taken to make Manga+Press' child-themes available to your network. See the question below on the steps to take to enable the child-themes on Multisite. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Yes, it does. However, a few steps must be taken to make Manga+Press' child-themes available to your network. See the question below on the steps to take to enable the child-themes on Multisite.
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<em>Does Manga+Press work on WordPress Multi-site?</em> You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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<em>Does Manga+Press work on WordPress Multi-site?</em>
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This is because the navigation for the comics is built into the theme. Using a different theme or overriding the default theme's template will allow you to use the options. (however, see <a href="https://github.com/jesgs/mangapress/issues/17">issue #17</a> for additional issues) You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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This is because the navigation for the comics is built into the theme. Using a different theme or overriding the default theme's template will allow you to use the options. (however, see <a href="https://github.com/jesgs/mangapress/issues/17">issue #17</a> for additional issues)
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<em>I'm using the bundled theme for TwentyEleven, -Twelve, or -Thirteen but the Custom CSS and/or Insert Navigation options have no effect? Or they add a second navigation bar</em> You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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<em>I'm using the bundled theme for TwentyEleven, -Twelve, or -Thirteen but the Custom CSS and/or Insert Navigation options have no effect? Or they add a second navigation bar</em>
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Click on the Manga+Press Options tab under Settings and go to Basic Manga+Press Options, and set Latest Comic Page, and Comic Archive Page to your two newly created pages. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Click on the Manga+Press Options tab under Settings and go to Basic Manga+Press Options, and set Latest Comic Page, and Comic Archive Page to your two newly created pages.
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Create two new pages; these pages will be your latest comic and comic archives pages. Label them something like 'Latest Comic' and 'Past Comics' or whatever, as long as it makes sense to you. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Create two new pages; these pages will be your latest comic and comic archives pages. Label them something like 'Latest Comic' and 'Past Comics' or whatever, as long as it makes sense to you.
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Activate the plugin through the 'Plugins' menu in WordPress Activa el plugin desde el menú 'Plugins' de WordPress Details
Activate the plugin through the 'Plugins' menu in WordPress
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Upload the <code>mangapress</code> folder to the <code>/wp-content/plugins/</code> directory. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Upload the <code>mangapress</code> folder to the <code>/wp-content/plugins/</code> directory.
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Unpack the .zip file onto your hard drive. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Unpack the .zip file onto your hard drive.
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Manga+Press is a webcomic management system for WordPress. Manga+Press uses WordPress posts, pages and categories to help you keep track of your comic posts. Manga+Press also includes its own custom template tags to help make creating themes easier. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Manga+Press is a webcomic management system for WordPress. Manga+Press uses WordPress posts, pages and categories to help you keep track of your comic posts. Manga+Press also includes its own custom template tags to help make creating themes easier.
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