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  • just add your CNAME to WP super cache on Off-site URL field and enable cdn support!

    For more information on how to configure Amazon S3 as CDN. follow the link

    I have a problem setting CDN with CNAMEs.

    I have setup CNAMEs for by blog, both at my host (through cpanel) and at Amazon CloudFront.

    I checked that “” actually works (it takes me to CloudFront).

    However, when I the CNAME data in the SuperCache CDN settings, in the form of “,,,“, and then press Save Changes, my blog’s “page was not found” message appears.

    Any hints please?

    Well, I still have the same problem, so I manually edited ossdl-cdn.php and made the following change:

    /* $ossdl_cname = trim(get_option('ossdl_cname'));*/
    $ossdl_cname = ",,,";

    It works fine now.

    Blog: Stratos’ Sphere

    Plugin Author Donncha O Caoimh


    @stratosl – Can you spot any obvious differences in the “page was not found” page and the CDN settings page? Perhaps it’s submitting to the wrong page.

    @donncha – when I got the message, the appearence was that of the standard page not found, with the usual blog looks and the “well this is embarassing” message.

    However, I noticed that the address in the browser address bar was that of the plugin settings. If I would press refresh (F5), it would return to the SuperCache CDN settings page, but with the CNAME field empty.

    I set up the CDN with the cname. Everything works great. Thanks for this great plugin!
    I just put static files in it (from wp-admin, wp-content (without plugins), wp-includes)
    But for the images the lightbox plugin stop working.
    Any idea. Thanks

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