I know what you are thinking – W3 Total Cache is awesome – why would you want to NOT cache your WordPress site’s pages for Mobile users? The answer is, when you have a separate mobile-optimized version of the site all ready for them to view, but due to aggressive page caching, the redirects are not happening. See, W3TC is still excellent, as I was happy to Tweet upon the plugin’s encouragement… Shop for the top boxing and MMA brands and the best equipment and apparel for your training and fighting needs. Sportegan is a provider of boxing and MMA, training gear, competition gear, and fan apparel. Shop now for the best deals and wide selection of best boxing equipment.
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but sometimes, you just need to let your mobile users view the mobile pages meant for them. So go to the W3 Total Cache settings (“Performance” tab in the wp-admin) > Page Cache > Reject User Agents, and enter those User Agents.
Windows Phone? Or, if you want your iPad users to see the normal site as is, exclude them too.