General CDN Integration
In general to start using CDN you have to first create a CDN service then add a CDN CNAME record to your DNS configuration and then change URLs of your static content to point to the CDN CNAME.
Let’s say that in your website source code you have
<img src="http://www.mycompany.com/public/img/logo.png" />
and let’s say that you have already created CDN service with Service Domain static.mycompany.com.
To start serving your company logo from CDN you have to change the src attribute of the img element to http://static.mycompany.com/public/img/logo.png so after the change in your website source code you will have
<img src="http://static.mycompany.com/public/img/logo.png" />
That’s all, easy enough but if you have a lot of static content it can be a little bit annoying to change src attribute of all of them.
Fortunately for many popular website solutions like WordPress, Magento, Joomla!,.. there are easy CDN integrations. To start using CDN via CDN integration it is very easy, basically you have to put your Service Domain into CDN configuration option of your WordPress, etc. and that’s all.
List of CDNsun CDN Integrations
- WordPress CDN integration using W3 Total Cache plugin
- WordPress CDN integration using W3 Total Cache plugin and CDN storage
- WordPress CDN integration using WP Super Cache plugin
- Joomla! CDN integration using CDN for Joomla! plugin
- Drupal CDN integration
- Magento CDN integration
- X-Cart CDN Integration
- Opencart CDN Integration
- PrestaShop CDN Integration
- SocialEngine CDN Integration
- Wirecast CDN Integration
- PHP Zend Framework CDN Integration
As always we would love to hear any feedback from you.
Your CDNsun team.