How to Create Your Own Free Content Delivery Network (CDN)
Learn how to Create your own free
Image CDN – Cloudinary and WordPress CDN Tutorial.
A content delivery network, or content distribution network is a geographically distributed network of
proxy servers and their data centers. The goal is to distribute service spatially relative to end-users to provide high availability and high performance. In other words, CDN’s improve site speed by reducing the amount of bandwith on a server, increasing the performance of your website. Test my newly created link below. Speed Kills. https://res.cloudinary.com/ux-ui-technologies/raw/upload/v1543467854/omahacode.min.css To setup your Content delivery network, you must first create a free account with . Cloudinary Go to Cloudinary.com. Sign up for your free account. Locate your dashboard. Open your preferred text editor ( Atom, Visual Studio Code, Sublime text). Create a new .css file in your desired text editor (I recommend minifying your CSS). Navigate to the Media Library tab within Cloudinary. Upload your new .css file. Copy the URL of your new .css file (i.e., https://res.cloudinary.com/ux-ui-technologies/raw/upload/v1543467854/omahacode.min.css.) Insert your new CDN url in the top ‘head’ area of your website.
After you’ve created an account, you’ll be able to view your Cloudinary dashboard.
View your Cloudinary Dashboard
Now that you’ve create a new CSS or JS file with your favorite
code editor, upload the new file into Cloudinary. Uploading your files into Cloudinary Media
Now, Select the
link icon and copy this to add as a stylesheet. Click on the link icon and copy your CDN url Insert the url within the
Section as a Stylesheet
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