Support » Plugin: Image optimization & Lazy Load by Optimole » Optimole’s CDN stops working when activating KINSTA CDN

  • Resolved Theo Platica

    (@platcatheo)


    Hi there,

    When I enable Kinsta’s CDN, the images are not being fetched from Optimole’s CDN anymore. They start being fetched from Kinsa’s CDN (servername.kinstacdn.com).
    There’s no error.

    What is actually happening and what should I do to keep fetching the images from Optimole’s CDN?
    I only want to deliver CSS and JS via Kinsta.

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  • Plugin Support Vytis

    (@bvytis)

    Hi @platcatheo,

    Thank you for contacting us and using Optimole.

    You need to whitelist Kinsta CDN in your Optimole’s dashboard here: https://dashboard.optimole.com/whitelist

    From what I see on your website this is the CDN that you need to whitelist:
    mk0opstercompejtnkwl.kinstacdn.com

    If you do not want to serve your images via kinstacdn – that’s something you need to configure in Kinsta not Optimole but both plugins can work together.

    I hope it helps!

    Thread Starter Theo Platica

    (@platcatheo)

    This is the Reply I got from Kinsta:

    Right, so you can not run two CDN’s at the same time, in this case you may want to use either of them and if you want to use Optimole’s CDN instead you can remove the Kinsta CDN.

    Themeisle

    (@themeisle)

    @platcatheo,

    It’s not correct that you can not do that, you can do it the thing is that there is no benefit of doing so, that’s why the recommended way to go is to use one CDN and disable the other one.

    Thread Starter Theo Platica

    (@platcatheo)

    Yeah, for sure, you can use more than one CDN to deliver either the CSS, JS, and Images, but if you’re trying to use Kinsta’s CDN, it will take priority over the other CDNs that you use and will deliver everything via its own CDN.
    Kinsta’s response proves that they can’t control which type of resources you can deliver via their CDN => ALL or NOTHING.

    So in order to keep Optimole’s Images Optimization features, I chose to use Optimole’s CDN to deliver the JS and CSS also.

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