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CDN: URL rewriting for custom folders (4 posts)

  1. janet3b
    Posted 4 years ago #

    My website is currently using the magic fields plugin which creates a "files_mf" directory within the wp-content folder. I've setup my CDN and added that directory in the custom list. I'm able to upload all my files (including all the contents within the files_mf directory) to my CDN by using the upload feature with no issues.

    The plugin only seems to be replacing my site's hostname (CNAME) properly for all media files located in the "\wp-content\themes" and "\wp-content\uploads" directory. is possible to do this with all of my other media files located in the "wp-content\files_mf" directory?


  2. janet3b
    Posted 4 years ago #

    just an update, my blog is not hosted in the default directory, its currently under \wp\wp-content\files_mf. I went ahead and changed the custom file list from \wp\wp-content\files_mf to wp-content\files_mf and the rewriting rules are working. however now im not able to upload to my CDN properly after that change. is this a bug?

  3. Frederick Townes
    Plugin Author

    Posted 3 years ago #

    Thanks, that's definitely a bug already fixed in the next release.

  4. Manoj Karmocha
    Posted 3 years ago #

    how to upload files of wp-content folder. Any suggestion will be appreciated.


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