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Any WordPress website can be easily integrated with our CDN.
We added the first manuals on connecting three third-party WordPress plugins to our knowledge base in 2017. Some of our clients found the plugins to be of use to them, while others expected more flexible configuration. We’ve analyzed all the requests and created our own plugin.
Go to your WordPress administration panel and select Plugins > Add new. In the plugin search field, enter “Gcore CDN”. Install the found plugin.
To activate the plugin, click Activate or go to Plugins > Installed.
After successful installation, the Gcore plugin will appear in the WordPress menu.
To integrate your website with the Gcore CDN, go to the plugin settings: find it in the menu and select CDN Settings > General.
Check the Enable CDN checkbox and click Save.
After that, fill out the Personal domain field and click Save.
Specify the file extensions you want to distribute via CDN. Enter the extensions one by one and click Add. The added extensions will be displayed in the section.
Specify paths to the folders containing files you want to distribute via CDN in the Folders section. Enter the paths one by one and click Add. The added folders will be displayed in the section.
In the Exceptions section, specify the URLs of the files that should not be distributed via CDN. Enter the URLs one by one and click Add. The added URLs will be displayed in the section.
If the content is to be distributed via CDN, your domain name in the URL will be replaced with the personal domain that you specified in the General section.
Request processing logic:
You can always learn how other features of our advanced CDN work in the knowledge base.
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