Hello- we use SG Optimizer- a cache plugin from Siteground. When enabled the PayPal Pro forms look like this: https://rayrolando.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/01/Screen-Shot-2019-01-19-at-4.34.22-PM.png
When it should look like this:
Any insight why this might be happening?
Hi Kim, I did a little research and it looks like SG can definitely cause conflicts ... I'm wondering if you can try another alternative? Because if there are visible conflicts with S2, there might be others that show up later?
That is, SG can cause conflicts with many other plugins
It seems to be messing with the pro-form's JS or CSS. If you open your browser's console, do you see errors when loading that page?
Maybe SG Optimizer has a way to skip that page or s2's CSS or JS files there? E.g. https://www.siteground.com/tutorials/wordpress/sg-optimizer/supercacher/#Exclude_URLs
I read a few of the replies to your issue & I very well could be missing something here but I would think that excluding any pages using your PayPal Pro forms from caching would solve your issue.
Hope that helps.
Thank you both, I tried excluding the page but it seems, according to sg optimizer, it is a flat out plugin conflict and they are going to update their plugin to be compatible with s2.
That's great! Thank you for the update.