I submitted a support ticket for this question, but on a Cloudflare “Free” plan, there is little support for me via a ticket. It was suggested posting the issue on the community forums. Here I am.
Can you (can I) create a page rule that circumvents Cloudflare’s “mobile redirect”?
“Mobile redirect” is a terrific feature to use in lieu of .htaccess redirection. With it enabled for my domain, I wonder if a page could be excepted from being redirected, and instead send users (on mobile devices) on to a different location.
The normal “mobile redirect” route goes from all pages on the domain,
w3.domain.com, to this page:
However, if a mobile user visits
downlink.php on the domain, for example, could the user then be forwarded from
Maybe a page rule could achieve this, but I don’t know whether Cloudflare page rules are capable of overriding “mobile redirect” for one page.
Or, alternatively, could I use an .htaccess directive on my origin server that overrides “mobile redirect” for
The knowledge base does not contain an article, or articles, that cover this topic.
I would appreciate any advice or help you (community members) are able to offer. Thanks in advance.