August 17, 2020 at 12:46 pm #25937Carlos RodriguesGuest
Hi, I’m using W3TotalCache and stackpath as CDN. If I migrate to pro version, do I still to use stackpath or any CDN provider? Please clarify what do you mean by “Full Site Delivery (FSD)” as one of the features included in the pro version. Thank you. Regards, CarlosAugust 17, 2020 at 12:57 pm #25956
The main difference between using a CDN in the free version vs. Full Site Delivery is that the free version can be thought of as an Asset Delivery CDN.
On the other hand, Full Site Delivery speeds up your site by setting up a full “snapshot” of your website on your CDN, including the page cache and all your assets. This will save you server-side resources and speed up your site by serving your full site from the CDN rather than just the assets.
You can continue using StackPath for FSD, or choose any CDN from the options including Amazon CloudFront, Cloudflare, and others.August 17, 2020 at 6:59 pm #25957Carlos RodriguesGuest
Hi Jesse, Thanks for your reply. It is not clear yet in case I move to the W3TotalCache Pro if I still need to pay for the FSD (provided by StackPath) or if the FSD is part of the W3TotalCache Pro version. Please note that you are writing “Full Site Delivery (FSD) is one of the features included in the pro version.” Can you clarify? Thanks. Regards, CarlosAugust 17, 2020 at 7:01 pm #25997
Sorry about that, you’re right I didn’t make that super clear.
Full Site Delivery integration is included in W3 Total Cache Pro. You’ll still need a CDN Service like StackPath to provide the CDN. The subscription to your CDN service and W3 Total Cache Pro are separate.January 21, 2021 at 2:43 pm #33146PORTA NicolasGuest
Is keycdn compatible ? (https://www.keycdn.com)January 21, 2021 at 3:29 pm #33169
Yes, you can use KeyCDN. Here are their instructions for setting it up: https://www.keycdn.com/support/wordpress-cdn-integration-with-w3-total-cache
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