This is new issue as this morning t was running fine then I refreshed home page and browser got into a loop of attempts to keep loading (desktop version of page) and then redirecting back to mobile version. Over and over. I clear cache and cookies and the Loop stops (temporarily) but the redirects to the mobile page seems to now be the default response to the www.washingtonpost.com site for this browser. Works fine in safari and chrome. So...i upgraded to ff14 (whihc I had been waitng on and same deal thing still occurs.
Your user agent may have changed.
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I tried changing user agent directly but no solution there. Moving on the default procedure but not excited about reinstalling extension and addons. oh well.
I assume you meant IE user agent. Tried it but still no go.
No, I meant IETab extension. https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/ie-
marcsances, please check on which platform the OP is before doing suggestions about using IE. On a Mac that doesn't apply and thus isn't possible.
Ok, ok, don't get angry, please... Maybe the source of the problem is not the user agent, maybe just it detects he/she has Mac OS and thinks he/she has an iOS device. Just tell us: how do you perform redirect to mobile version? Do you detect user agent, or you use another method?