I’ve been using W3 Total Cache on my bangla site http://www.androidkothon.com and I’m facing issues where emptying cache is not really working.
1. I put up maintenance mode using a plugin of identical name a while ago. After I took down the maintenance mode and deleted cache, a lot of users were reporting that they were seeing maintenance mode. There was literally nothing that I was able to do. After a few weeks, the problem was resolved automatically.
2. Problem with Jetpack: I use WordPress.com’s Jetpack for a number of reasons. Weeks ago, I activated its mobile theme module to see how my site would look on a mobile device. Dissatisfied, I deactivated the module. But to my amaze, the mobile theme was showing up on computers. I deleted/purged cache and made sure that the mobile theme module was deactivated. But I didn’t have any luck.
Even today when I accessed http://www.androidkothon.com from a friend’s computer, the mobile theme showed up despite the fact that it’s actually deactivated, caches cleared and it was a computer, not a mobile.
I’m pretty much sure it has everything to do with W3 Total Cache plugin. Can anyone tell me how to get rid of this serious problem?
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