The one-click speed boost to your WordPress site. Decreases load on your web server, improves serving speed; configures the CDN for you.
There's a link directly under the subscribe button that says, "See All Available Plans." Sign up from that page. It's on the Settings > Speed Cache page.
Justin Germino writes about the plugin here: http://www.dragonblogger.com/cdn-speed-cache-easiest-wordpress-cdn-setup/ Have you written a review? Notify us and we'll link to it!
This is a well documented problem, feel free to Google about it. This is a known issue and is a cross domain policy problem with flash.
To fix this issue, add the filename
imagerotator.swf to the field marked,
exclude if substring one the settings page for the CDN Speed Cache plugin.
It's best to utilize Speed Cache in a production environment only. Installation instructions let you know to use CDN site accelleration in a production environment.
If you have an emergency we can manually purge for you. If you are developing on your website we recommend disabling the plugin until you are in production with your WordPress install. If you have lingering issues with old versions of files showing up for long periods of time, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with the URL of the problem file and we will purge it manually from the CDN's cache.
We have also planned to add purge functionality to the next version of CDN Speed Cache.
After your blog pages have been rendered but before sending them to the visitor, it will rewrite links pointing to
wp-includes and any other directory define din the setup. That rewriting will simply replace your blog URL with a CDN's address that is generated for you and will pull the cached files from the CDN rather than your web server. This reduces overall load on your web host and also speeds up the customer's web browsing experience considerably because there is less distance between your website and your viewer, no matter where THEY are :)
No. By signing up with us through the plugin our CDN will be configured for you automatically. We have all of the top CDNs partnered with us including Akamai, Limelight, Highwinds, Edgecast, Mirror-Image and many others! We set up a CNAME for you and make all the settings you need. Trust the experts. This plugin is a true one-click install.
Yes, by design it is compatible with all plugins. It hooks into a PHP function ob_start (http://us2.php.net/manual/en/function.ob-start.php) and there does the string replacement. Therefore, no WordPress function is altered, overwritten or modified in any way.
Now that you can offload all the files such as images, music or CSS, you should serve your blog posts as static files to decrease load on your server. We recommend SuperCache-Plus (http://murmatrons.armadillo.homeip.net/features/experimental-eaccelerator-wp-super-cache) as it will maintain, update and create that static files from dynamic content for you. It's pretty nifty!
Don't hesitate to contact us! Currently Speed Cache is only eligible for email support, but if you require more let us know and we can accommodate you! (http://speedcache.arcostream.com) We are happy to grow with your needs as we are used to extremely large clients like ESPN, Sundance Channel, LionsGate, CBS Paramount, Music Choice, eBay, Intel, and Microsoft, among others.
We totally understand! Some of us need all the bells and whistles we can get! ;) We wanted to market this plugin to the newbies since there were already a couple of other really good CDN plugins without bundled service. We of course recommend WP Super Cache as it simply creates static HTML files that allow CDNs to leverage easier than even W3 Total Cache!
Once you are signed up you can use our CDN services in any plugin you'd like so long as your subscription remains in tact in Paypal! You can enter your assigned
.arcostream.com CDN Caching prepend URL in to any other CDN plugin and use it, you do not have to run this plugin!
To purchase only the plan we recommend installing CDN Speed Cache, subscribing through Paypal, waiting for the plugin to show all green
OK messages, and then switching out to your preferred plugin, but retaining the configuration data provided to you during the Speed Cache install.