Support » Plugin: SiteOrigin Widgets Bundle » Swift Performance compatibility

  • Resolved Jos Klever


    I’m using the Swift Performance plugin for caching. When SiteOrigin Widgets Bundle creates/deletes/changes it’s css files (like /wp-content/uploads/siteorigin-widgets/sow-social-media-buttons-atom-2d5fa53e48af.css) the random code changes and the cached files are corrupted, because they can’t find the new CSS files. So we have to clear the cache manually to fix the site. Of course that’s not how it should work.

    I see in the code, that you have a compatibility function for Autoptimize, but I think you should have something for all caching plugins including Swift Performance.

    How can we make sure, that the CSS files (or file names) aren’t changes so often and that the cache is cleared if it is actually necessary?

    Jos Klever

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  • Plugin Author Andrew Misplon


    Hi Jos

    Thanks for your feedback, much appreciated. I’ll log your request in GitHub in a few moments.

    There isn’t currently a setting or method in the Widgets Bundle, that I’m aware of, to alter the way the plugin outputs its stylesheets.

    Autoptimize is designed to work in conjunction with a caching plugin. For the time being, you could consider also using Autoptimize and deactivating the Swift functions that Autoptimize handles (concatenation, minimization, and deferring).

    I don’t want to use merge/minify, so there’s no need to install Autoptimize. I just want Swift to work without unnecessary file name changes from SiteOrigin.

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