Questions about Swift’s various topics.
The enable/disable is for GDPR, for example if you are using GA bypass you can disable the cookies by default, and when the visitor accepts the tracking cookies you can use an option filter to enable them.
Try with deactivating "Force Responsive Images" feature: Settings > Media > Images >Force Responsive Images.
No, at the moment it supports only Font Awesome 4, however we are planning to extend this feature for more libraries (including FA5).
You can exclude it through using: jscache.com/wejs in Exclude Scripts.
Turn off the minify settings in Cloudflare and allow Swift to do the job. Test it. If you would like to have Cloudflare do the minifying, then disable minify in Swift. Never minify twice. Make sure Rocket Loader is disabled in Cloudflare. If you are using Cloudflare caching you can also enable autop...
Yes, Swift is compatible with WPEngine. During the initial setup Swift will detect WPE hosting and disable Swift’s cache to use WPE cache (which is what WPE requires). All additional feature with Swift work properly and without issue and WPE.
Yes, Swift can be used on GoDaddy, can but there are many cache build issues with their servers. It is case by case on managed hosting accounts.
We wouldn’t recommend using Breeze if you are using Swift. Swift is far more powerful, with more options and control over settings. Breeze is like a simple cache plugin. Works great if your site is simple and feels limited or under powered.
The fastest way to check if it is Swift related, is to disable it temporary (although it is unlikely) and place one order to check if the order is send and received. You can also add ?nocache to view the uncached version.
Your server might has an overload. Almost every hosting company offers fixed amount of resources for each hosting account. For websites on shared hosting, this limit cannot handle heavy usage of server resources. Building cache can use lots of resources. Troubleshooting steps: First of all w...