We have a Wordpress blog. Before switching to Cloudflare, for 10+ years desktop visitors would correctly see a standard theme version of the blog and mobile visitors would see a mobile version as a result of us using the WPtouch Wordpress plugin.
However, since since us switching to using Cloudflare, mobile visitors are now often - not always - presented with the desktop version of the site. This means the text is tiny and impossible to see on mobile.
Sometimes the mobile version does correctly show, so it is a bit haphazard.
It seems like mobile visitors are often presented with a desktop version cache of the site from Cloudflare’s server.
We’ve tried to change all kinds of settings in Cloudflare and our blog for months now, to no avail.
May I ask if you see the mobile version of our site when visiting it on mobile? The URL is https://www.azam.info/
Is there anything specifically we can do to resolve this issue with the mobile version often not showing on mobile devices?
I am aware that Cloudflare have their paid service for responsive display, but we don’t wish to pay as our blog doesn’t make us any money.