How to add CDN to Drupal?

Today we want to write about Content Delivery Network and how to add CDN to Drupal. Stay with us.

What is CDN?

Using this system, you can increase the speed of sending information to site visitors and reduce loading time of pages greatly.

How to add CDN to Drupal?

CDN supports all your static information such as images, CSS, JavaScript, mp3, PDF and video files, and it calls only information that can be modified and updated, such as texts and HTML codes from your primary server. Using CDN, your bandwidth usage will be reduced and the cost you pay annually will be dramatically reduced. The difference in speed and performance for yourself or those who are near your main server will not be much different, but for those around the world who come to your site, the speed of the CDN will be quite tangible.

How to integrate CDN to Drupal?

Follow below steps to integrate CDN to Drupal. It’s simple and sweet.

Step1: Go to the link and download CDN module for Drupal 7 or 8. Install it

How to Install Drupal CDN module?

Go to your Drupal admin. Select Extend tap and then click on Install new module.

How to add CDN to Drupal?

How to add CDN to Drupal?

Browse the module .zip file and Install it.

How to add CDN to Drupal?

Enable the module from Enable newly added modules.

Step2:  now you should notice that each provider has a certain configuration. The usual config is like below.

Go to Configuration—>Web Services. In the section find CDN Integration.

Step3: In mapping section add your CDN URL that can get from the provider.

How to add CDN to Drupal?

This configuration set for Drupal 8.

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