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CDN urls not being re-written for HTTPS

  • I wonder if anyone else is having this issue.

    We have been using W3TC for some time, and seen some pretty good performance improvements when used in conjunction with Memcached, varnish and APC. But would like to see the various benefits of loading static assets off a CDN.

    We have a self hosted CDN setup on a completely different domain, and for the most part W3TC does a great job of rewriting urls to static assets such as image, JavaScript and CSS files, but some of urls of our site must be served over https for and this is where we run into issues. When W3TC rewrites the urls to the CDN it’s not honoring the protocol for https pages, and just includes http urls to the CDN. This throws mixed asset errors, which throw all sort of red flags and broken content, especially for IE users. Even if we could disable the CDN for https pages it would help.

    Has anyone else had this issue, and have they been able to overcome it somehow?

    Appreciate some help on this issue.

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