I was wondering if it would be possible to create static Images via the wordpress upload function. Static Images are images with the img. tag at the start of the URL.
WordPress upload URL’s typically look like this : http://example.com/wp-content/uploads/img_22 for example but what i would like to create is a http://img.example.com/img_22 URL. This way images are more stable and can take a lot more hits.
On any dedicated server you can trick a site into thinking the images are static by creating a subdomain img.example.com and then upload images there. When you click on the image it will be img.example.com/img_22 as that is where it is and the URL will direct to the static server, but with wordpress you cant do this.
Usually i would add the location to the subdomain but with wordpress it will not upload. Im wondering if there is a hack for this, to set the uploasd path to a subdomain?
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