How to use the CDN with WordPress

This article describes how to create a account so you can use the CDN with your WordPress site.

About is the only Content Delivery Network (CDN) available that caches static and dynamic WordPress content. Most CDNs only cache static content, but the CDN caches an entire site, including:

  • Images.
  • CSS.
  • JavaScript.
  • The dynamic HTML page itself.

The CDN is built on top of the state-of-the-art LiteSpeed server stack. By taking advantage of LiteSpeed Cache's Smart Purge technology, CDN accurately serves a site's most current content, and purges old content when necessary. Additionally, the CDN:

  • Caches complex dynamic content with ESI (Edge Side Includes) support.
  • Promptly and accurately purges the cache as content changes.
  • Serves WordPress sites at the network edge with a low TTFB (Time to First Byte).
  • Has less than 10ms average latency in North America and Europe.
  • Supports HTTP/3 end to end, from the client to the backend server.
  • Provides global coverage with a growing network of 79 PoPs (Points of Presence).


To enable the CDN for your WordPress site, you must create a account. To do this, follow these steps:

  1. Use your web browser to go to
  2. In the Email address text box, type your email address: - Register - Email address

  3. Click Log in / Register.
  4. In the Password text box, type the password you want to use: - Register - Password

  5. Select the I agree to's Service Agreement check box.
  6. Click Register: - Register - Register button

  7. sends you a validation email: - Register - Sent validation email

  8. You receive the validation message at the email address you specified. In the message, click Activate Account: - Register - Activate Account

  9. activates the account: - Register - Activation successful

Linking your WordPress site to

After you create a account, you are ready to link it to your WordPress site. To do this, follow these steps:

  1. Log in to your WordPress site as the administrator.
  2. In the left sidebar, click LiteSpeed Cache, and then click General:

    WordPress - sidebar - LiteSpeed Cache - General

  3. In the Domain Key section, click Request Domain Key.
  4. Refresh the page, and then in the Domain Key section, click Visit My Dashboard on

    WordPress - LiteSpeed Cache - Visit My Dashboard on

  5. Your dashboard appears, and in the Domains section your domain is listed with an OK status: dashboard - Status OK


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