Support » Plugin: WPtouch » iPad Display

  • To those of you who are comfortable with WPtouch, this might sound simple, but to me it is not simple.

    I just installed WPtouch into my WordPress website-no problem. Made a few changes to the settings-no problem. However, when I opened the website on my New iPad, I don’t see any difference between what I saw prior to installing WPtouch or what I see on my PC.

    I just tried to open the website on my iPhone and it threw an error that reads:
    Cannot Open Page
    Safari cannot open this page because too many redirects occurred.

    I shut down my iPhone and restarted it, thinking the error would be flushed – wrong! I still get that error.

    I went into the WPtouch Options page and added ‘iPad’ to Custom user-agents under Advanced Options and now I get that same error message on my iPad!!

    Deactivated WPtouch and the website displays correctly on both my iPhone and New iPad.

    Anyone have an idea what I may have missed or what I need to change in order for WPtouch to work/display correctly on both my devices?


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  • Plugin Author BraveNewCode Inc.


    Redirection problems usually occur when the same page is set in both your WordPress Reading Front Page settings and your WPtouch Home Page Re-Direction. If you want your mobile theme to display the same home page that your desktop theme does, choose “WordPress Settings” from the WPtouch Home Page menu.

    The free version of WPtouch does not include native iPad support (that is a Pro feature) but, as you know, you may add “iPad” to the Custom user-agents field to trigger your mobile theme to display.

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