Support » Plugin: CDN Enabler » Included Directories Question

  • Resolved sdawales

    (@sdawales)


    Hello,

    I have had no problems with CDN Enabler but am facing an issue of an item not being served from KeyCDN. I have wp-content,wp-includes by default in included directories and have just added an additional folder. Now it looks like this; wp-content,wp-includes,wp-content/uploads,. I have a single png /wp-content/uploads/apple-touch-icon-152×152-1.png that does not upload or get served from the CDN.

    The cache has been flushed and CDN purged and I think my folder structure is correct so any ideas what could be the issue? Thanks.

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  • Plugin Support Corey

    (@coreyk)

    The wp-content directory already includes wp-content/uploads. It’s possible the CDN Enabler plugin is unable to rewrite that specific asset to the CDN URL because of how it’s being initiated (e.g. JavaScript or CSS).

    We’d be happy to help you with this further. Please open a customer support request for additional assistance.

    Thread Starter sdawales

    (@sdawales)

    It’s coming from the manifest.json and all the others are being served from there no problem. No worries. Thanks.

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