Configuring Caching for Mobile Devices with Hyper Cache
The final step of the guide to the Hyper Cache WordPress Plugin will take a look at the mobile settings, which allows you disable and access the cache via mobile devices.
Step 1) On the Dashboard, scroll down the sidebar until you find ‘Settings’. Choose ‘Hyper Cache’ from the dropdown, and then once on the Hyper Cache main page, choose ‘Mobile’ from the three options on the second toolbar, as shown below.
Step 2) The first port of call is the working mode. From here, you can enable or disable the cache for mobile devices. This makes the most sense when traffic to your website is low. You can also choose to use a separate cache for mobile users, once enabled, or stick to the same one for b0th.
Step 3) If you have a wide range of WordPress themes available and installed on your site, you can choose the theme you wish to use for mobile users to see. You should use a separate cache for mobile if you have plugins which produce different content for desktop and mobile devices.
Step 4) Use the box marked ‘Mobile User Agents’ to determine which devices are able to use your site. This will make them identifiable. The examples below are iPhone and Android. Add new ones to a new line for each.