WordPress With W3 Total Cache Plugin

How to integrate Universal CDN with WordPress?

There are different plugins available for WordPress CMS with which the Universal CDN services can be integrated into your WordPress website. 


In this tutorial, we will be using W3 Total Cache.

First, you need to create a CDN zone that points to your WordPress blog, then you can follow the steps below:

1. After the installation of the W3 Total Cache plugin, the CDN feature will appear under the “Performance” section in the Admin menu. Hover your mouse cursor over the “Performance” section, and click on the “CDN” button. 

2. Tick the box next to “CDN:” to enable the functionality, select “Generic Mirror” from the drop-down list, and click “Save all settings” to save the configuration changes.

3. Scroll down to “Configuration: Objects” and enter the CNAME record you have added to your CDN zone in the field “Replace site’s hostname with“. 

4. You may also set to always use SSL or only HTTP from the “SSL support”.

Note: You should use the default zone address like “10001-14.b.cdn13.com” if you have selected “Enabled” in “SSL support”, and want to use UCDN’s shared certificate.


After making the necessary changes in the W3 Total Cache plugin your static resources will be served by the Universal CDN.


For more information about the plugin, visit wordpress.org and wordpress.org/plugins/w3-total-cache.