Using a HTTPS CDN URL

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To serve content static assets from our CDN network via HTTPS, you'll need to define a HTTPS CDN URL in our management plugin settings.

Our support staff will need to generate a custom HTTPS CDN URL for you, so please submit a ticket to have that setup for you.

You can view and/or modify your site's CDN settings through the WordPress Dashboard by clicking on the Pagely icon > PressCDN

Once you've navigated to the CDN settings, you can copy and paste your site's HTTPS CDN URL in both fields (example shown below)

We always recommend using CDN where possible. Otherwise, your site would not serve static assets via our CDN and this may cause elevated bandwidth usage (Bandwidth vs CDN)

If you wish to use the HTTPS protocol throughout your site (ex. https://www.example-site.com) and need assistance updating the URLs, please contact support. We will also spot check the CDN end point to ensure the origin URL is properly defined.

NOTE: If you wish to use a custom CDN domain (ex. cdn.mydomain.com), please check out our guide on how to use Custom Domains.

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