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[Plugin: WPtouch] Using Static Home Page, Cannot Disable Mobile Theme

  • Texiwill
    Participant

    @texiwill

    Hello,

    I use a static page for my ‘home’ screen and when using the switcher to disable the mobile theme, the theme is not disabled. The static page does not get sent the appropriate arguments.

    It goes to the proper url with the arguments but then goes back tot he current page, when it does that it drops the special wptouch arguments from the URL.

    -Texiwill

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/wptouch/

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  • Plugin Author BraveNewCode Inc.
    Participant

    @bravenewcode

    Hi Texiwill,

    Please share the URL of the website in question and we’ll be happy to take a look at it for you and see what may be happening there. Thanks.

    Texiwill
    Participant

    @texiwill

    Hello,

    Finally was able to get online… check out http://www.astroarch.com

    Best regards,
    Texiwill

    Plugin Author BraveNewCode Inc.
    Participant

    @bravenewcode

    Hi Texiwill,

    That looks like a cache plugin issue. Please add the list of mobile user agents below to your cache plugin’s ‘rejected user agents’ area, then clear the cache and see if that resolves the issue.

    Android
    CUPCAKE
    Googlebot-Mobile
    bada
    blackberry 9800
    blackberry9500
    blackberry9520
    blackberry9530
    blackberry9550
    dream
    iPhone
    iPod
    incognito
    s8000
    webOS
    webmate
    Texiwill
    Participant

    @texiwill

    Hello,

    We do not use any page, db, or other caching techniques, so I do not think this is the cause of the issue. I think its all about redirections and the site does none other than what wordpress or WPTouch does.

    Best regards,
    Edward

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