Questions about Swift’s various topics.
Swift supports multisite by default, no special configuration is needed.
Yes, Swift also has some WooCommerce specific options to speed up your shop.
Every plugin can. If you have this issue, you should enable WP_DEBUG or check the error.log to see what the exact issue is.
Try to fix the problem by disabling script compression in the social plugin.
Please e-mail us on [email protected], it can be caused by multiple issues.
You can try disabling lazy loading for iframes (if it is enabled): Settings > Media > Embeds > Lazy Load iframes.
If you enable Settings > Media > Images > Lazy Load, all images will be lazy loaded automatically.
Most likely your caching path had changed and you need to change that in Swift settings: Settings > Caching > General > Cache Path.
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.
Enable Heartbeat in Swift if it is disabled.