Support » Plugin: DreamSpeed CDN (RETIRED) » A Nice Effort For Adding A CDN for Existing Websites

  • I was able install DreamSpeed on two existing sites with minimal amount of fuss. Without the DreamSpeed plugin, I am not sure if I would have been able to utilize DreamHosts cloud features for my images.

    As I also love Cloudflare for speed and security, I was able to add a CNAME in Cloudflares DNS settings so Cloudflare would leave the images to the DreamObjects CDN. This seems to be working…

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  • Plugin Author Ipstenu (Mika Epstein)

    (@ipstenu)

    🏳️‍🌈 Plugin Review Team Rep

    Sweet! Please let me know if it doesn’t. DreamHost has a partnership with CloudFlare and I bet I can leverage that if needed 🙂

    Thank you, I think Cloudflare is fine as long as you create a CNAME for your “cdn.yoursite.com” in their DNS setting and bypassing Cloudflare’s cdn capabilities.

    I am running into issues with thumbnail links breaking in Woocommerce and theme related custom slideshows. I am going to open a support thread and turn it back on so you might take a look at what is happening. I can’t seem to sort it out.

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