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CoralCDN and SwarmCDN together?

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  • Hello – We’ve heard of Coral and haven’t heard of any compatibility issues thus far with CoralCDN. That doesn’t mean there won’t be some be we certainly haven’t had any. Coral might produce a cross domain problem which means you’ll have to take a few additional steps during implementation. If so you can read about it on our wiki here

    But because of the ease of implementation with Swarm and WordPress you can activate Swarm and then start looking at your stats for the how the Swarm is working.

    Regards,

    Jesse
    Swarm CDN

    Plugin Author Morgan Estes
    Member

    @morganestes

    CoralCDN works a bit differently than Swarm CDN, in that you don’t have to make any changes to your code, no extra scripts or iframes are loaded, and it’s not reliant on your visitors using a particular browser.

    I have never run more than one CDN solution on a site before, so I can’t say how the two will work together. I can tell you that the CoralCDN plugin simply rewrites the URL of your images when the page is loaded (not in the database itself) and makes no other lasting changes. Swarm CDN says you’ll need to enable a special function in their settings page if you don’t load your images from your own domain, so you may need to make this change if you’re using any additional CDN (CoralCDN included).

    As the Swarm CDN plugin author noted (above), it’s worth trying them both and see which works best for you.

    Plugin Author Morgan Estes
    Member

    @morganestes

    @eldenroot To answer your other question: I don’t personally use a caching plugin on my sites so I can’t give you any personal recommendations, but if you find one you like let me know and I’lll check it out!

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