Swift Performance adds an extra header an HTML comment at the end of the source, which represents the cache status for the request.
Optionally you can remove these if you enable Hide Footprints in General Settings.
If you activate Whitelabel you can completely rebrand Swift Performance.
You can change plugin name here. Swift will override the plugin name in the plugin files, so even if you disable the plugin it will keep its new name
You can change the plugin slug here. By default it is
swift-performance, it used for example for the settings page URL
By default Swift Performance will use
wp-content/cache/swift-performance/ for cache directory. You can rename the swift-performance part here
Swift Performance will create
swift_performance_image_optimizer tables in the database. Here you can change the swift_performance part. Note: if you have issues with caching after you changed the database prefix, it is recommended to reinstall the plugin.
You can change the plugin description here.
With this option you can change the plugin author
With this option you can change the plugin site
Plugin Author URI
With this option you can change the plugin Author URI