Plugin Reviews

CDNJS for WordPress

Replace Javascript and CSS libraries on your WordPress site with CloudFlare's FREE CDN

9 reviews
Average Rating
3.9 out of 5 stars
Good but need enhancement
By , for WP 4.5.3

Provide fallback in case cdn failed and ability to choose version

Load Order
By , for WP 4.5.1

Cdnjs resources load before jquery so some library doesn't work because jquery not defined yet. I see there is alphabetical order but we need custom order to handle this problem.

By , for WP 4.3

work with mine-testing plugin.. no need to embed the script source anymore! nice

My Gtmetrix and Yslow Score Went Down with this plugin
By , for WP 3.9.2

My Gtmetrix and Yslow Score Went Down with this plugin. After removing it clearing my cache again my scores went back up.

is it n more supported or developed
By , for WP 3.9.1

I guess not compatible with latest wordpress. Cant even access setting option. Full while screen. Dont know if its functioning or not ?

WTF? The most Stupid Plugin ever found
By , for WP 3.6

Labeled as CDN, includes thousands of JS libraries. What an ordinary user knows about them? No configuration options, no nothing. No description. What the use? Developers like these confuse the already confused WordPress users.

By ,

After farting around with CDN Sync Tool for 2 days to try and get my 20 sites going faster and faster I found this plugin and Bang!

This plugin + Supercache + CDN Sync Tool is absolutely Amazing!

Great, but actually quite necessary!
By Plugin Author, for WP 3.5

As the plugin author, it's necessary to clear up confusion on the previous review.

This plugin is absolutely necessary whether you're using W3 Total Cache and/or CloudFlare. This plugin helps by offloading the download of resources from your individual server, to a central, high-speed repository. Very useful in squeezing out the best performance you can for your site, and not really related to W3 Total Cache.


Great, but not necessary with W3 Total Cache + CloudFlare
By , for WP 3.5

Recommendation: Install W3 Total Cache, register the site on CloudFlare, and turn on the optimization at CloudFlare instead of using this plugin. If the above is not possible, then use this plugin as an alternative.

I tried using this plugin and had no problems installing it on a multi-site website. This multi-site website already had the W3 Total Cache plugin and all of the sites were registered for a free account on CloudFlare. Activating the different JavaScript and CSS libraries just added extra libraries to the page, which would slow down the website. Upon further review, I discovered that all of my JavaScript and most of my CSS libraries were already hosted on CloudFlare or Amazon S3 because I used W3 Total Cache and CloudFlare to boost the speed of the website already. The only CSS libraries left were the ones for my theme/template ("Habitat") and Contact Form 7.

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