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  • tokyographer



    I use wordpress on 2 websites and both show correctly on pc, but on mobile devices, iphone, ipad, etc, the css is not loading and the blog is not loading the most recent posts.

    One site is a photography website that uses the Photocrati theme and the other a marketing blog using the Genesis theme.
    I use these plugins.
    -WordPress SEO by Yoast
    -W3C Total Cache
    -and Cloudflare CDN.

    If you check this site
    the theme works properly on PC but on mobile devices it is loading the previous template I had installed, not the current Genesis one.

    And on this photography site posts are outdated on mobile devices.

    Dont know how to solve this problem it seems like a cache problem or probably a Cloudflare issue. If anyone has any clues let me know!


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  • Andrea Rennick


    Customer Care at Copyblogger Media and Studiopress

    For Genesis questions, please go to the support forums at

    HAve you also purged your cloudflare? It can be pretty aggressive sometimes

    Even after purging, I’ve had to turn on developer mode – which fixes my problem (developer mode auto expires after 3 hours, it bypasses any cloudflare caching)



    If you make changes to your site’s static content (images, css, javascript, etc.), then you need to go to CloudFlare’s Development Mode first (settings->development mode). You can also purge your cache as an additional option in your settings.

    Hi, I need help with an issue i’m having. I had some technical support from bluehost change my wordpress and address url to “” however since then my site is no longer displaying correctly on my ipad. I’m using the Desire theme and it was working fine but now the side bar and header are missing. Can anyone help. Please keep in mind i am not very technical!

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