In some cases, you need to turn off the rewrite feature. This process does not affect background CDN processes, so your newly added media files will continue to sync to CDN automatically. If you already have a CACHE plugin that you use, you can make the CACHE plugin use the CDN by entering a [...]
After uploading your file, you don't need to do anything while adding it to the content. You just need to add it to the content and save it. When visiting your website, you can see that these media files have been replaced by CDN versions.
The "CDN for WordPress" plugin will automatically sync your new media files to the CDN. After you upload your file from the media upload section, our plugin is automatically sending the newly uploaded file to CDN. You don't need to do anything afterward.
You have installed the "CDN for WordPress" plugin, done the first synchronization and everything is ready. So what do you need to do when you install a new plugin or theme? Here is the answer to your question; Just press the "SYNC MY FILES" button as in the first synchronization. The system will [...]
You have completed the first step by installing the plugin and purchased the API key. What's next? Of course to synchronize your files for the first use. To do this, press the "SYNC MY FILES" button under the SYNC tab. That's all you have to do. The plugin will compress your files [...]
You can enable or disable the CDN functionality anytime while using the plugin. If you SYNC your files for first-time use enable the CDN function.
You can uninstall our plugin anytime. Please send your feedback via email -> firstname.lastname@example.org
You can easily install our plugin to your WordPress website. Also, you can download it from the WordPress repository with this link.