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WordPress Plugin - How To Configure a CDN using WP Super Cache
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28th of February, 2014

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WP Super Cache - Content Delivery Network (CDN)

Leveraging a Content Delivery Network (CDN) can significantly speed up your WordPress site.  Our CDN service allows your images (photos) to be distributed across the globe (9 nodes in the US, 4 in Asia, 5 in Europe, and 1 in Australia) so that visitors load them from the nearest location. This means your web pages load faster.

WP-Super Cache makes it easy to set this up on your WordPress site.

Plugin homepage: https://wordpress.org/plugins/wp-super-cache/

1.    From the WordPress dashboard, navigate to Plugins > Installed Plugins.

2.    Next, click “Settings”.

3.  To enable CDN support in WP Super Cache, click on the CDN tab and check the box next to "Enable CDN Support"

4.    Enter your CDN path in the "Off-site URL" field (example below)

5.  (optional) If you currently use the ShopSite WP plugin, or plan to in the future, it is necessary to add the word 'shopsite' (all lower case) to the CDN exclusion list.

6.  Check the box next to "Skip https URLs...." and click Save Changes.

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