Is not the browser nor this plugins fault. You need to work with your page loading custom script (check this plugin admin page) in order to reload the classes of the body tag (if your theme uses that to load custom styles on every page/category/etc.) or even the inline styles some themes use for custom designs. It depends on the complexity of your theme.
Yes I think I see what you mean, as I found where I could enter specific URLs for the plugin to ignore – and that seems to work okay.
Thanks for your assistance.
I am having exatly the same problem! However, i have no clue what i have to paste into the plugin admin page. Can you help me mendocinotim ?
In my case, I WAS USING (but not any more – see my reason below) the Advanced AJAX Page Loader..
Goto: Settings->Advanced AJAX Page Loader
Then, scroll down the page until you see the HREF Ignore List.
Follow the instructions there.
The reason I decided against using this plugin was because although it does refresh the Content area, it does not reload the menus or sidebar – and since I have some pages set as full width (with no sidebars), and other pages that use the sidebar, AND I also display certain menu items to logged in users only – so this plugin just doesn’t work for this site.
It is a great plugin however – except for the limitations described above.
I hope this helped.
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