• Creates a folder “S” in the root of the site with suspicious content, as they say it’s a cache.
    But the plugin was disabled in the admin panel, and the “cache” was created, why?
    Breaks sometimes completely at a random moment the layout on the site

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  • Plugin Author Denis Ryabov


    PageSpeed Ninja uses “s” directory to store merged/optimized css and js files (“s” is abbreviature of “static” and it is chosen to be single-letter to have as short related URLs as possible to reduce HTML size). Note that it’s possible to set another directory to store static files in the Advanced settings of PageSpeed Ninja.

    Note that disabling of the plugin doesn’t clear this directory (but uninstalling does).

    As to the issue with breaking of the website’s layout, could you provide URL of your website to check it? There are a few known issues (conflict of Above-the-fold CSS with dynamically-generated styles and side effects of some features from “ultra” preset) that may result in such a behavior. We are going to fix in the next major release.

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