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Cache Static Content - Google Analytics & CDN
07-26-2010, 09:53 PM
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RE: Cache Static Content - Google Analytics & CDN
(07-26-2010 09:30 PM)pmeenan Wrote:  The CDN failures aren't coming through maxcdn. It looks like they are all in the "uploads" folder. Have you changed the wordpress configuration to use the CDN for the uploads (I have a link to the configuration setup earlier in the thread):

For the caching headers, is there a configuration in W3 Total Cache to set long expires on the combined files? It looks like those two are the combined css and js files from W3 Total Cache. Worst case you can just set a .htaccess rule in that folder to set a long expiration for css and javascript but a config setting would be easier.

I have not changed the WP config, and I am not seeing "(I have a link to the configuration setup earlier in the thread)"....in this thread or are you referring to a different thread?

The only setting in W3TC for expired headers is through a check box that says:

check/uncheck - Set expires header
Set the expires header to encourage browser caching of files.
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RE: Cache Static Content - Google Analytics & CDN - DJMorrisInc - 07-26-2010 09:53 PM

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