Good to know. You’re welcome!
While using BunnyCDN, Is it necessary to GreyCloud A Record in Cloudflare?
I cannot find any significant decreased page load time for the site. Can anyone did case study? Please share your experience.
BunnyCDN is not respnsible for slowness caused due to third-party hostname.
It’s already fast.
Loading in just few ms. What more we can expect? It’s awesome.
But, there is a huge blocking time for CSS files, even some images etc. These elements has equalized the load time.
Probably, need to analyze bro.
Case: Your site is loading lots of CSS code. This will happen.
Solution: Load critical CSS first, defer remaining.
Hey @gulshankumar bro we already did this step when we were installing wordpress in LEMP. will I need to install again.
You had installed SSL last time for your own domain
www.example.com not for CDN hostname. (
cdn.example.com) Hence, you need to install again from BunnyCDN end.
I am not using cloudflare so how can I update DNS manger & from where (DO or domain provider)
Which namesevers are you using? For example, GoDaddy? Just go to its DNS manager!
Ya I am using godaddy and last time there I updated digital ocean name server.
bro from where will I get CNAME record. sorry but tell little beat more in details.
To setup BunnyCDN via GoDaddy DNS manager
- Login to BunnyCDN
- Add a hostname
- Login to GoDaddy > Select your domain > DNS manager > Create a new record
CNAME | cdn | bunnycdn pull zone URL | 3600 (TTL)
@Rushikesh Was my last response helpful?
Sorry @gulshankumar bro there is no option create new record. There I can see only these …
We can’t display your DNS information because your nameservers aren’t managed by us.
Well, are you using Digital Ocean name servers?
Okay! Then your domain DNS is managed by Digital Ocean, not GoDaddy.
So, you need to update CNAME record at DO account.
IS AN ALIAS OF: Type your BunnyCDN Pull zone URL
TTL: Leave it as is
All set bro! now when will CDN start work?