Support » Plugin: Mobile Content » Caching

  • Regarding your Mobile Content plugin for WordPress, I understand that it uses PHP script for device detection. On my WordPress blog, I am already using “WP Super Cache 1.2” to speed things up. Won’t the caching script record the settings of the first device that visits the page, cache that, and then every device thereafter will be fed the same content regardless of the shortcodes? Or will your plugin still work together with the cache? How does your plugin work? Do you recommend I turn off the cache plugin, or is there an alternate method which I can use that will work together with the cache? What I want to do is detect whether the user’s browser can activate Flash, and I want to supply different code depending on whether they can use Flash, or not.

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  • I installed it and your plugin seems to work well, even together with the caching plugin. Also, there is no need to turn off Flash for mobile devices, because it reverts to YouTubes Iframe code and some mobile devices can actually view it. What I did is to display a message above the video player with a link to the YouTube mobile player, which mobile users can click on if they are having trouble watching the video on my player. YouTube’s own mobile player is impossible to host on my site (it uses a special mobile format that is not embeddable). Can you test it on your mobile device and tell me if this works and if you think I have solved the issue? Can you suggest a better solution?

    Plugin Author dylanfeltusdesign


    There shouldn’t be any conflict between my plugin and WP Super Cache.

    On my iPhone the video works great right on the site. So no need for the link there.

    I am not sure exactly what your problem is.. Or is everything working fine now ?

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