Support » Plugin: SiteGround Optimizer » SG CachePress to SG Optimizer

  • My Niche Site- is host on Siteground and Siteground is my favorite Hosting Company.

    Ater https, my site was having mix content and I was not happy for that.

    Today, when I saw the Update for SG Cache Press first time, since I installed, I became so happy. Immediately I updated the Plugin and read the New Features for this Updated PLUGIN, which has now New name-SG Optimizer.

    SG Optimizer has so many good Features; for example:-

    “The HTTPS Config allows you to force SSL usage on your site. It will redirect your entire traffic over secure connections and will fix mixed content issues. A side benefit of switching on the HTTPS is the automatic use of the HTTP2 protocol and its performance benefits.”

    So I will Recommend to use this Plugin, if your hosting Company is Siteground. If you are not using SiteGround, then you should, because it is really good hosting.
    My all these Sites are host with SiteGround and they are:-


    Thanks to SiteGround Team

    • This topic was modified 5 years, 6 months ago by jaswinderblog.
    • This topic was modified 4 years, 1 month ago by jaswinderblog. Reason: started using for other websites too
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  • I agree. I was using a plugin to force SSL, because putting it in the .htaccess didn’t work. But now I can use one less plugin. 🙂 Yet another reason to love Siteground.

    Thread Starter jaswinderblog


    nyssamccanmore thanks, but I have to say this plugin SG Cache Press, which is changed to new name- SG Optimizer, I installed and was so glad, because all mixed content was seeming okay(became Secured), but after a while, I have noticed that it broke my site.

    After that I had to ask for full Account Backup with service, which is free due to I am on GoGeek Account.

    As I love SiteGround due to some good features, but this plugin’s new version didn’t worked for me.

    I have mixed Content on my Site-

    I updated the information, because I want, who use this plugin, be careful and check their all links properly!


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