Breeze WordPress Plugin

I had some issue with my client’s server for the past weeks. As the web layout or the WordPress theme was suddenly changed for the non-logged in users. Like the font used was changed, its color changed. I thought that it could be some SSL issue. Then I found out that I forgot to renew the SSL certificate. After I renewed the problem still there.

I couldn’t access the FTP nor the Cloudways as it asked me the authentication code and it’s under my client’s email account who lives in 12 hours timezone before me 😅 as probably I could fix the CSS manually. That time I began to think that I should install a WordPress cache plugin or something. Then I saw this Breeze plugin in the list still deactivated. I realized that the plugin is developed by Cloudways so I was guessing that it’s the last chance for me to fix the site as my client was out of reach 😔.

I went to the CDN tab and did some customization. Added the site URL with https:// prefix in the CDN CNAME field. Checked-box the Activate CDN option and saved the changes.



I reloaded the website as a non-logged in user from Chrome browser and it surprised me that the website has finally back to normal to the initial styling 😀.
So this Breeze plugin could be the final solution for this type of issue if you don’t know about it yet.

You can also check a great YouTube video review on Breeze plugin performance by Tony Teaches Tech which is related to the website loading speed. He also explained more of the plugin settings needed to optimize your website load speed.

Feel free to let me know in comment area of your experience with this Breeze plugin, as I’m sure there are always pros and cons of how you deal with some WordPress cache plugins out there 😉.