Content Delivery Networks (CDNs) are known to provide a more secure network, reduced loading time of your page, manageable traffic, maximum availability. This is achieved through surrogate servers located across different data centers in different regions around the globe. The distributed infrastructure allows that you deliver the desired content from the server closest to the end user. And keep your website traffic less clogged. CDNs are becoming a continual trend especially with the rise of mobile commerce market and rapid development of cloud computing (SaaS, PaaS…). Finally, recent research proves that the improvement in your page load time by milliseconds can increase your sales revenue, significantly.

If your site runs on WordPress, and you have chosen a CDN hosting service provider, there are several plugins that you can use to help leverage the CDN. That is, you can easily integrate your CDNs into WordPress uploader.

The plugins are especially useful if you are dealing with media heavy sites, or photo and video blogs. Since WordPress is optimized to deliver text-type content, mostly. With WordPress CDN acceleration, you will have static files like images, CSS and JavaScript delivered from the content delivery network, i.e. geographically dispersed servers. You can, in result, easily serve live-streaming video events, webinars, and similar on-demand content from your WordPress run website, to large audiences. And faster. Without consuming additional memory or sucking bandwidth from your local server.

Examples of the WPCDN acceleration plugins ( include:

CDN Sync Tool
Syncs static files to a content delivery network (CDN) such as Amazon S3 / CloudFront, MaxCDN, WebDAV, FTP and CloudFiles.

W3 Total Cache
Improves site performance and user experience via caching: browser, page, object, database, minify and content delivery network support.

Admin Flush W3TC Cache
Admin Flush W3TC Cache works with the W3 Total Cache plugin. It simply adds an “Empty All Caches” option to every Admin page.

Free CDN
Rewrites your static files’ URL’s (JavaScripts, CSS, images etc.) so that they are served from CoralCDN.

CDN Rewrites
This plugin rewrites the host(s) of your static files (JavaScripts, CSS, images etc.) (called Origin) into a CDN (Content Delivery Network) host.

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