Generate separate cache for mobile and desktop
Often the websites break or shows a mobile version of the site on Desktop and vice-versa. It happens because the Breeze plugin generates only one cache. There are many other plugins that generate different cache for different browsers and this feature can fix that site breaking issue.
Siteground's SG Optimizer does a great job with this. They also have some other very useful features like automatic image optimization which is very handy for running a fast website.
I think if Breeze follows the path of SG Optimizer, it will be a great solution.
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Marcelo Lionel commented
A responsive theme has been developed, but I have also added custom CSS that is exclusive to mobile devices (not with media queries, but with CSS classes), because WordPress injects a "mobile" CSS class into the body tag when viewed on a mobile device. This leads to the cached CSS files (optimized and combined) being served late to desktop users. Because of this, I thought it would be a good idea to separate the cache files for desktop and mobile so as not to mix up the data.
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Lionel Forrest commented
I've developed a responsive theme, however I've also added custom CSS that applies exclusively to mobile devices (not with media queries, but with custom CSS classes), as WordPress injects a "mobile" CSS class into the body tag when viewed on a mobile device. The result is that sometimes the cached CSS files (optimized and combined) are served late to desktop users. Therefore, I thought that the solution would be to separate the cache files for each device (Desktop and Mobile) in order to avoid any mix-ups.
lewis hamilton commented
The issue is, I have a website which uses a responsive theme but it also has additional css that applied only on mobile devices (not with media query, but with custom css class) as WordPress injects a “mobile” CSS class to the body tag if the website opened on a mobile device. Which sometimes lead to the cached CSS files (optimized and combined) get served later to Desktop users.
So the solution which I thought of is to completely split cache files for each device (Desktop and Mobile) to avoid any mix up.