Set up CDN on WordPress

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What is CDN

Content Delivery Networks (CDNs) are a great way to speed up your website and improve its performance. One popular CDN is, which uses the QUIC protocol to deliver content quickly. In this article, we’ll show you how to set up on your WordPress website.

This is how you set ip CDN on WordPress


  • Make sure you have LiteSpeed set up
  • Have LiteSpeed Cache enabled in WordPress

Step 1: Create a Account

The first step in setting up is to create an account.

Go to the website and click the Sign Up button in the top right corner.

Fill out the registration form with your details and click the Create Account button.

Step 2: Request the domainkey of your website

It may seem scary, but it’s much easier than it looks.

You will need to either make or renew your domainkey, you can do this by going to LiteSpeed Cache > General settings > Domainkey.

Once the domainkey has been made(or renewed) you can proceed to the next step.

Step 3: Link your website with CDN

So….what was the domainkey needed for then?

With the domainkey, you will be able to link with your website.

Right where the domainkey is, if you look to the right you will see a button that will display Link to, click on it.

Once you click the button, you will be asked to log into, fill in your account details to link WordPress with

Step 4: Enabling CDN

If done correctly, your website will now appear in’s control panel.

Now we have to enable CDN in 2 areas.

To begin, turn on the CDN feature in the LiteSpeed cache settings in WordPress by going to LiteSpeed Cache > CDN.

Then, turn on the CDN in the control panel by clicking on the enable CDN switch (locate your site in the overview, navigate to CDN, status, and click on Enable CDN).

Afterward, you’ll be presented with two options: use CNAME or use DNS for your main domain. Unless you’re familiar with DNS services and want to use them, choose the first option. Lastly, confirm your choice.

Step 5: Connecting your domain

After enabling the domain in your dashboard, you will receive a value that you need to set as a CNAME record in the DNS settings of your domain.

Note: Make sure you select the correct domain!!

Now you will need to make a CNAME record with the one that was provided in your dashboard.

After this is done, it will take about 20 min for the changes to take affect.

Congratulations! You have now set up for your WordPress website.


Setting up on your WordPress website is a straightforward process. By following the steps outlined in this article, you can improve the performance of your website and provide a better experience for your visitors. Remember to keep your settings up to date and to monitor your website’s performance regularly.

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