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How To Integrate CDN With Joomla?

Content Delivery Network is viewed as a must have for websites that need to boost page loading speeds for an enhanced browsing experience. CDN can boost performance of your Joomla sit with assured up-time, greater scalability, and swift page loads.

A CDN consists of an extensive network of servers that are positioned at remote places across the globe. You can deliver resources to your users without accessing these from the source server by removing limitations of server location.

CDN is an ideal resource for websites that receive visitors from different global locations. If you happen to notice that your website is often being accessed from developing countries, then Content Delivery Network can be an ideal alternative. In addition to these visitors, your regular visitors might be travelling to other locations and with help of CDN you can certainly provide a better browsing experience to them.

It is better to choose the plugin 'CDN for Joomla' by nonumber.nl because this extension enables rewriting the URLs by using an active CDN that automatically enables static content from server.

You can access the non commercial version as a free offering. It should be noted that the free version supports only HTTP integrations. In case you have HTTPS for CDN URL, then it is advisable to go for the commercial version. Considering that you wish to integrate Joomla with CDN by using HTTPS, following steps are recommended.&n

1. Back up your CMS before beginning to integrate with CDN
2. It recommended to create a pull zone or alternatively you can also create a push zone prior integration of your Joomla site with CDN
3. Login to admin panel of your Joomla site
4. Download and install CDN for Joomla plugin from www.https://download.nonumber.nl/?ext=cdnforjoomla
5. Now will have to upload the plugin CDN for Joomla in the Extension Manager under 'Extensions'
6. Now go back again to 'Extensions' and choose 'CDN for Joomla' by clicking on 'Plugin Manager'. Now enter CDN URL by choosing CDN Domain. It is recommended to enable all types of files and if you happen to find any problems with specific file types, then it is better to temporarily disable these till you resolve the issue.
7. Now you will need to save all updates
8. It is always better to examine the codes for HTML. This is essential to confirm that all URLs have been rewritten properly. Now you will have all static assets as defined by their type in the plugin, pointing to CDN.

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