With the SO Responsive Content plugin you can easily adjust the length of your content for different devices by making use of visibility classes.
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Responsive Content

plugin version

Last updated on November 9, 2018
requires at least WordPress 4.0
tested up to WordPress 5.0
tested up to ClassicPress 1.0.0
Author: Pieter Bos
Stable Version (via WordPress Plugins Repository)
Plugin homepage

This plugin enables you to show/hide content depending on the device the visitor is browsing from.

More information about Background, Implementation and Usage available via the Wiki

Frequently Asked Questions

Is this plugin compatible with the new editor of WP 5.0 (codenamed Gutenberg)?

The plugin works on WP 5.0, but only on a Classic Block. Alternatively we would like to suggest to either using the Classic Editor or to install ClassicPress once it is released.

I have an issue with this plugin, where can I get support?

Please open an issue here on Github

Known Issues

As reported here it is not possible to hide shortcodes with the plugin.


This repo is open to any kind of contributions.



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  • November 9, 2018
  • make dismissible admin notices actually work
  • WP.org version 20181.2.2


  • November 9, 2018
  • plugin actually works with WP 5.0, but only with Classic Block, change readme to reflect that
  • re-code admin notices and make them dismissible
  • rewrite/cleaning up/updates here and there
  • WP.org version: 20181.2.1


  • November 1, 2018
  • add condition that checks for higher than WP 4.9.8 and then displays a warning notice that the Classic Editor plugin needs to be installed to continue using the Responsive Content plugin.
  • add a condition that checks whether ClassicPress has been installed and if it is a sentence is shown that the Responsive Content plugin also works on ClassicPress.
  • removed SO icon on Settings page
  • WP.org version: 20181.2.0

1.1.0 (2017.5.11)

  • attempt to revert WP.org plugin to Semantic Versioning
  • WP.org version: 20171.1.0

1.0.10 (2017.5.11)

  • tested up to WP 4.8
  • some CSS changes on Settings page

1.0.9 (2016.11.29)

  • tested up to WP 4.7
  • remove version check

1.0.8 (2016.08.13)

  • tested up to WP 4.6

1.0.7 (2015.08.12)

  • TWEAK: header settings page; only showed half logo after 2015.08.05 update
  • revert Github version to semantic versioning

1.0.6 (015.08.05)

1.0.5 (2015.04.09)

1.0.4 (2014.07.30)

  • bump minimum required WP version up to 3.8
  • tested up to 4.0-beta-2

1.0.3 (2014.04.10)

  • compatible with TinyMCE 4.x
  • added different instructions/images for WP pre/post 3.9
  • additional screenshot of Formats dropdown for WP post 3.9
  • updated language files

1.0.2 (2014.1.20)

  • run test for WP 3.9 release due to upgrade to TinyMCE 4.x

1.0.1 (2013.12.27)

  • change px for em in frontend stylesheet (css/style.css) and make it more precise
  • change version number format
  • change links to reflect new SO WP website
  • tested up to WP 3.9-alpha

1.0.0 (0.3.3)

  • add Serbian translation files (thank you Borisa Djuraskovic)
  • add settings stylesheet to replace inline styling settings page
  • move stylesheets to separate directory (css)



  • update language files


  • make correction to version check function to actually output the correct plugin name
  • enhance styling: when class is inside a paragraph display: block; should be display: inline-block;
  • 3 additional styles for links
  • 6 additional styles for inline text (in <span>s)
  • 6 additional styles for the text editor


  • name change to Responsive Content (from SO Visibility Classes)
  • update readme files with new name
  • update language files with new name
  • tested up to 3.7


  • Change color coding visual editor styles to button-like text before the selected content


  • First stable release