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How to Use Breeze with Amazon CloudfrontSeptember 8, 2017

 

In this KB

  • Prerequisites
  • Creating a Pull Zone on Amazon Cloudfront
  • Enabling and Adding Amazon Cloudfront Pull Zone URL in Breeze

 

Breeze Cache plugin supports CDNs that have Pull Zone. Following steps will explain how to use Amazon Cloudfront with Breeze.

Prerequisites

  • Please make sure that Breeze WordPress Cache is installed, activated and configured on your site. 
  • You must have a valid and working Amazon Cloudfront account. Please read here for instructions on creating a Pull Zone.  

Enabling CDN and Adding Amazon Cloudfront Pull Zone URL in Breeze

Log into your WordPress admin panel with your credentials. Click on Settings in the left menu bar and then on Breeze.

Breeze settings

Click on the CDN tab in Breeze settings. Here, you can enable and add Amazon Cloudfront Pull Zone URL. First, you will check the Activate CDN box to enable Amazon Cloudfront on your WordPress website. In the CDN CNAME field, please type the CDN Root URL from the Pull Zone you created in Step 2  such as d30qc2fl13p8n6.cloudfront.net. Leave the other fields as is.

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That’s it. You have now configured Breeze WordPress Cache to work with Amazon Cloudfront.

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