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  • Bob

    (@bobschecter)

    As it turns out, if you load WPTouch first, or disable Supercache and restore it, then the plugins end up playing nice with each other.

    Glad to see such robust support here!?!

    Plugin Author BraveNewCode Inc.

    (@bravenewcode)

    Because WP Super Cache has changed so much over the past year, it’s impossible for us to keep up with it. We offer direct support for cache plugins with WPtouch Pro, however.

    Bob

    (@bobschecter)

    I’ve tried some others, but of course WPTouch simply works better right out of the box. And if it continues to maintain itself as a leader, then the Pro version is where I’ll end up. But considering Super Cache actually has more downloads than WPTouch, and is actually one of the most widely used WordPress plugins, it doesn’t bode well for a company to admit they can’t keep up.

    Despite that, still a great plugin even at the freebie level.

    Plugin Author BraveNewCode Inc.

    (@bravenewcode)

    We’re not saying we can’t keep up— we maintain regular compatibility and configuration details for cache plugins in the Pro forums for our customers— it’s the unsupported free version that we’re not maintaining at the same speed.

    I understand about supporting the pro version of the software, but the issue of supercache not having the half-on setting is such a basic configuration setting, it should have at least been mentioned in the comments section of the video tutorial in IMHO.

    I too have the same problem. I’m using WP Super Cache Version 0.9.9.9 and added the agents to the rejected adjects box, saved them. Checked mobile support and cleared the WPSC.

    My site in that iPhone emulator looks aweful. I’m using the WP Atahualpa theme.

    What do I need to do to make it display OK on the iPhone emulator?

    Plugin Author BraveNewCode Inc.

    (@bravenewcode)

    whighamphoto, we’ll be working on update the video tutorials. Thanks for your feedback.

    Glennf,

    Emulators will not always display your site as it is displayed in an actual device. You can however preview your website’s appearance using Safari and switching the user agent to iPhone after enabling the Develop menu to get a better idea of what it looks like on a mobile device.

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