Do you want to get more traffic and sales on your WooCommerce store this Holiday Season?
Before you become a seasoned WooCommerce store with big sales, there are many things that you can do to get a lot of traffic that could be converted into customers — one of the main things you can do is: integrate a CDN with your WooCommerce store.
Ecommerce stores serving a global audience utilize CDNs to ensure that all visitors have a pleasant user experience, regardless of their location.
In this article, I am going to show you how you can integrate CloudwaysCDN within your WooCommmerce store via Breeze.
CloudwaysCDN on WooCommerce
- What is CloudwaysCDN?
- Set up CloudwaysCDN on WooCommerce
- Login to Cloudways Account
- Navigate to WooCommerce Application
- Enable CloudwaysCDN via Breeze
What is CloudwaysCDN?
CloudwaysCDN is powered by StackPath, a very respected CDN provider for WordPress with a large global server network. Popular features include protection against DDoS attacks, blocking features with load balancing. All plans also offer firewall protection that contributes to improving the page load time of your website.
The purpose of CloudwaysCDN is to protect the users from the hassle of going through multiple billing accounts for a separate WooCommerce CDN. CloudwaysCDN is all about “powerful and affordable global reach for your business.” With the integration of CloudwaysCDN into a WooCommerce store, your webpages will load faster irrespective of the location of the server and the visitors.
If you are a Cloudways user, you can also use the CDN option with Breeze, a WordPress caching plugin.
CloudwaysCDN Pricing: $1 per 25GB
Set up CloudwaysCDN on WooCommerce
If you are a Cloudways user, you can easily activate and integrate CloudwaysCDN with WooCommerce through a very simple process. T
Log Into Your Cloudways Account
Go to the login page and use your credentials to log into your account.
Navigate to Your WooCommerce Store
Next, get to the Applications and click the WooCommerce application for which you want to set up the CloudwaysCDN.
In the Application Management side manner, navigate to the CloudwaysCDN.
Next, add the link to your website and then click on the CREATE button.
After a few minutes, CloudwaysCDN will be enabled for your WooCommerce application and provide you a few options like CDN URL, bandwidth usage, Purge cache and Remove the CloudwaysCDN entirely.
Next, click the Apply button to integrate it into the WooCommerce site. You will see the following success message:
Note: Once the CDN has been applied, you can then login to the backend (The Admin Panel) of your WordPress website, and check the settings in the CDN section of Breeze caching plugin. The Activate CDN option will appear as checked, and the CDN URL will be set in the CDN CNAME field.
That’s it! You have successfully integrated CloudwaysCDN with your WooCommerce store. Now it’s time to check CloduwaysCDN activation.
Visit your site URL, and press CTRL+U to view the source code. Press CTRL+F to search for StackPath. You will see all the assets, such as CSS, JS, and images are now served through the CloudwaysCDN.
That’s it! I hope you can now easily set up CloudwaysCDN on your WooCommerce-based ecommerce stores. If you have any queries regarding the above tutorial, feel free to ask me and also let me know about the CloudwaysCDN in the comment section below.
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Saud is the WordPress Community Manager at Cloudways - A Managed WooCommerce Hosting Platform. Saud is responsible for creating buzz, spread knowledge, and educate the people about WordPress in the Community around the globe. In his free time, he likes to play cricket and learn new things on the Internet. You can email him at firstname.lastname@example.org