Wordfence 6.2.8+ has removed its caching module. Which may result in a false positive error and you may see a message letting you know that Wordfence needs to be configured per the instructions below. If that is the case, please update to WPtouch Pro 4.3.6+ and it should help resolve the issue.
Configure Wordfence to work with WPtouch Pro per the instructions below.
- Go to the “Performance Setup” in the Wordfence settings and select “User-Agent Contains”. Enter the user agents in the user agent list found below one at a time.
- Then, select “Cookie Name Contains”, enter "wptouch_switch_toggle" (without quotes) and click the "Add Exclusion" button
- Ensure that Wordfence is selected in the plugins list in the Settings > Site Compatibility > Active Plugins section of the WPtouch Pro admin panel. (Pro only, enabled by default in WPtouch (free))
- Click on the "Clear the Cache" button to remove any previously cached files.
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When set up correctly, your cache exclusions list should look like this (the order of each entry is not important):