As the previous comment, I also had an issue with this plugin when one of my clients installed it. It started to redirect (in our case mobile version only) to pornographic sites. Once I got the redirection fixed, it still removed all my links to the css and images upon loading the page. It modified and created entries in the .htaccess files in various sub-directories. It took much “cleaning” and removing files to finally fix this.
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