Support » Plugin: WPtouch » 404 error when posting a comment

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  • Plugin Author BraveNewCode Inc.


    You can test if WP-Better Security is contributing by temporarily deactivating it from the WordPress Plugins menu, clearing all caches, then reloading your mobile theme.

    If it isn’t, continue testing all your plugins by deactivating each except WPtouch from within the WordPress Plugins area, clear your browser cache and local data then reloading the site.

    If WPtouch functions well, you may then enable the rest of your plugins one at a time, repeating the process, until you can identify which is/are causing the problem.

    If WP-Better Security (or any other plugin) is found to contribute to the issue, you may choose to replace the conflicting plugin with another or upgrade to WPtouch Pro which has a feature that will allow you to disable the conflicting plugin within your mobile theme but leave your desktop theme intact.

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