Hello, I’m using W3 Total Cache with WPTouch. I filled the below ticket with them. They wrote me back, saying the the culprit was likely the param “?9d7bd4” appended to the end of the image name. Is Total Cache adding this? I’ve already added all the suggested Rejected User Agents.
Could you comment on the exchange below?
In most of the posts on my site, embedded images link to the actual image file. I’m also using Web-App mode. But since Web-App mode has no back button, a user can follow a link to a image and become “stranded” there. Any know work-arounds or suggestions?
Site is mbird.com
In web-app mode images linked to their larger versions shouldn’t open. I see that there’s some sort of ID attached to the end of your images’ URLs (wp-content/uploads/2011/08/xr7ky-337×500.jpg?9d7bd4). I belive that is what is causing the issue. Do you know what is adding that number at the end?
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