Support » Plugin: W3 Total Cache » [Plugin: W3 Total Cache] Custom Files transfered to the CDN but not used

  • I’m using NextGen Gallery and would like to use the CDN to host the iamges. In the “Custom File List” I added “wp-content/gallery/*” and uploaded them with the button “Upload custom files” to the CDN (Amazon S3). Via the AWS Console I can see that all files are uploaded correctly.
    Unfortunately the images on the page still link to local filesystem of the blog.

    Did I forgot something? All over images from the media library are linked to the CDN, so the functionality seems to work. “Host custom files” is checked and all caches were cleared several times.

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  • Plugin Author Frederick Townes


    If the plugin doesn’t use src attribute in whatever scheme it uses for pagination, they won’t be rewritten to use the CDN automatically by W3TC. You can contact the plugin author about that case.

    OK, this makes sense to me, the images are linked via href. I will try to solve this with a rewrite rule in the .htaccess.
    But there is one thing I don’t understand. The thumbs are also not linked to the CDN, even they use the src attribute:

    <div class="ngg-gallery-thumbnail" >
    <a href="" title=" " class="shutterset_set_1" >
    <img title="100813204504" alt="100813204504" src="" width="100" height="75" /> </a>

    The corresponding url is

    Plugin Author Frederick Townes


    Then your settings are not correct. You can submit a bug submission form if you wish.

    how do i include thumbnails created by timthumb?

    Plugin Author Frederick Townes


    Unfortunately, it’s impossible. Timthumb is not a performant plugin.

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