On my HP Desktop (XP Pro) and my HP Pro laptop (Win 7), on any browser I try (Explorer, Firefox, etc.), WordPress appears in the mobile format ... even though I'm not using a mobile device. I can't get WordPress or my blog on WordPress to display in a non-mobile format on a standard computer using a standard browser. (Other websites display just fine.)
I am not using any mobile display plugins.
I am using Woothemes Canvas theme and do not see any reference to viewport or device-width in the Canvas child header php file?
This is the url for the website: http://www.intellalegal.com
Francisco Javier Carazo Gil answers:
Yes, it seems to be a cache problem. I had this problem and I solve it in this way;
1. Uninstall all cache plugins.
2. Install WP SuperCache
3. In WPtouch settings you have to find the list of “user-agent” that makes work the plugin, it use to be: Android, CUPCAKE, Googlebot-Mobile, bada, blackberry 9800, blackberry9500, blackberry9520, blackberry9530, blackberry9550, dream, iPhone, iPod, incognito, s8000, webOS, webmate
4. Copy this list
5. Go cache settings, find rejected user-agents and copy this list with a newline between elements
6. Save and now it should work perfectly
If you need more help, tell me.
I was not able to change the home page on WPtouch, but overall you solution was more helpful than the first one. Thanks!
Francisco Javier Carazo Gil comments:
Vote me please :)
Julio Potier answers:
First, verify your WPtouch settings in “user-agent” list, check if the value is not "*" for example or do not contains ",*," kind of this.
If this is ok, i let you test the Fahd and Francisco answers.