How to integrate CDN with WordPress?

In this tutorial, we will walk you through to integrate your WordPress website with CDN service. Before your integrate CDN service with your WordPress website, create your CDN Resource (CDN Hostname URL) using these instructions.

  1. Login to WordPress admin panel.

  2. Navigate to Plugins menu and then click on Add New.

    Add a New WordPress Plugin

  3. Insert W3 Total Cache into search field. You would see W3 Total Cache plugin appearing in search results. Click on Install Now button.

    Search for W3 Total Cache Plugin

  4. Once W3 Total Cache is installed, click on Activate Plugin link to activate it

    Install W3 Total Cache Plugin



  5. Once W3 Total Cache plugin is activated, click on Settings link to configure it.

    Activate W3 Total Cache Plugin

  1. Click on CDN link which will scroll down the page to CDN configuration settings section.

    General Settings for CDN

  2. Here, tick the Enable option for CDN, choose CDN Type as Generic Mirror and click on Save all settings button.

    CDN Configuration Settings

  3. Once you save the above settings, you will see following success screen. On this screen, click on Specify it here link to configure the CDN hostname settings.

    Specify CNAME Record

  4. Specify your CDN hostname as shown in following screen and click on Save all settings button.

    Replace Hostname


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