• Resolved cezarina

    (@cezarina)


    Hi There,

    I have recently migrated the website from Siteground. It is sad, but I couldn’t afford the renewal prices, unfortunately.
    Although the SG Optimizer was deactivated when the migration took place, the minification files remained. I need to use another optimisation plugin as SG Optimizer is not supported on the new server. How can I delete these files to avoid conflicts?

    At the moment I have no optimisation plugin installed and the Cloudflare minification option is OFF, but if you look at the Pagespeed report, you will still see the minified files.

    https://developers.google.com/speed/pagespeed/insights/?url=https%3A%2F%2Fromaniaprivatetours.com%2F&tab=desktop

    Any help is very much appreciated.

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  • Plugin Author Stanimir Stoyanov

    (@sstoqnov)

    SiteGround Representative

    Hey @cezarina

    Just delete the siteground-optimizer-assets folder in your uploads dir.

    Regards,
    Stanimir

    Thread Starter cezarina

    (@cezarina)

    Hi Stanimir,
    @sstoqnov

    I did that a few days ago, but the minified files are still in there.

    I have deleted the cache from the server and Cloudflare, but they didn’t go away. Is there any other way I could delete them, please?

    Shall I take the time and delete them manually? Will that break the website?

    Thanks again,
    Cezarina

    Thread Starter cezarina

    (@cezarina)

    @sstoqnov

    A quick update. I created a staging site and deleted manually all minified files. It does impact the site layout, but most importantly when I ran a few performance tests on GTMetrix and WebPageTest, the minified files still appeared, although they did not exist in the directories on the server anymore. I had cleared the cached with Varnish. Nothing.It looks as if they are cached someplace else 🙁

    Any other suggestions?

    Thanks

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