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CDN for Joomla!

Use a Content Delivery Network in Joomla!

Version: 3.4.2   Type: PS
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Description

CDN for Joomla! is an extension for Joomla! that allows for easy integration with a Content Delivery Network (CDN).

If you are unfamiliar with a CDN, you can read more on the MaxCDN site.

Incorporating a CDN with your website gives you several benefits, including the following:

  • Faster Page Loads - Since most of your files will be served from a much closer location to your end-users, the speed in which your page loads will be greatly increased.
  • Reduced Server Load - Since most of your files are no longer served by your own host, your server will be freed up to perform the basic tasks required of it.
  • Handle More Visitors - Because of the improvements just mentioned and other factors, your website will be able to handle the strain of a much larger user base that it could otherwise.
  • Higher SEO Rankings - Caused by the increase in performance to your site, something Google recently claimed effects SEO rankings.

Try out a CDN with your website to experience these benefits and more.

Integrating your website and a CDN (like MaxCDN or Amazon CloudFront) with this plug-in is incredibly easy! See the tutorial on this simple process.

Multiple CDN roots Pro only

With CDN for Joomla! you can setup multiple cdn roots for different file types. This way you can - for instance - use a separate cdn url for your images and js/css files.

Pull Zones

CDN for Joomla! is made to work with any CDN system that supports Pull Zones.

A Pull Zone works in a way that you do not have to upload any media. The Pull Zone uploads the media to the CDN servers as soon as it is required. Read more on Pull Zones here: http://support.maxcdn.com/howto/create-a-pull-zone

CDN for Joomla! does NOT upload files to your CDN server. As said, CDN for Joomla! only works with CDN systems that pull (upload) the media to the server on request.

CDN Providers

Here are some popular CDN providers that will work with CDN for Joomla!

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Free vs Pro

Free

Free

Enough functionality for most websites!

Unlimited access to free updates and support.

Features

  • Set filetypes to handle
    • You can define what filetypes need to be served via your CDN url.
  • Ignore defined files
    • If some files cause problems if they get served via CDN (like some javascript files) you can make CDN for Joomla! ignore these

Free support

  • Access to Free forum
    • Get support for the extension.
      Response time aim: within 72 hours. Usually within 24 hours.
  • Install on multiple domains
    • You can install the extension on any domain you want. No limitations. No domain checks.
  • Open Source code
    • The code is open source (GPL), meaning there is no form of code encryption. No use of Zend Guard or ionCube.

Professional

 25

Need more? Get all Pro features and support.

1 year access to Pro updates and support.

Pro features

  • All features available in the free version, plus:
  • Handle HTTPS urls
    • Option to also convert SSL urls (https) and optionally keep the https in the cdn urls
  • Use up to 5 different CDN sets
    • You have the ability to set up 5 different CDN urls, earch with their of settings, like file types, https handling, etc.

Pro support

  • Access to Pro forum
    • Get faster support for the extension.
      Response time aim: within 48 hours. Usually within 12 hours.
  • Pro downloads & updates
    • Get access to the Pro downloads and updates for a full year.
  • Install on multiple domains
    • You can install the extension on any domain you want. No limitations. No domain checks.
  • 30 Day money back guarantee
    • Not happy with the extension? Or simply have no use for it after trying out the Pro version? Simply ask your money back!
  • Open Source code
    • The code is open source (GPL), meaning there is no form of code encryption. No use of Zend Guard or ionCube.

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Tutorial

There is a Free and a Pro version of CDN for Joomla!.
The parts in this tutorial that only concern the Pro version will be marked with: Pro only

Introduction

CDN for Joomla! is an extension for Joomla! that allows for easy integration with a Content Delivery Network (CDN).

What is a CDN?

If you are unfamiliar with a CDN, you can read more on the MaxCDN site.

Incorporating a CDN with your website gives you several benefits, including the following:

  • Faster Page Loads - Since most of your files will be served from a much closer location to your end-users, the speed in which your page loads will be greatly increased.
  • Reduced Server Load - Since most of your files are no longer served by your own host, your server will be freed up to perform the basic tasks required of it.
  • Handle More Visitors - Because of the improvements just mentioned and other factors, your website will be able to handle the strain of a much larger user base that it could otherwise.
  • Higher SEO Rankings - Caused by the increase in performance to your site, something Google recently claimed effects SEO rankings.

Try out a CDN with your website to experience these benefits and more.

Integrating your website and a CDN (like MaxCDN or Amazon CloudFront) with this plug-in is incredibly easy! See the tutorial on this simple process.

Multiple CDN roots Pro only

With CDN for Joomla! you can setup multiple cdn roots for different file types. This way you can - for instance - use a separate cdn url for your images and js/css files.

Pull Zones

CDN for Joomla! is made to work with any CDN system that supports Pull Zones.

A Pull Zone works in a way that you do not have to upload any media. The Pull Zone uploads the media to the CDN servers as soon as it is required. Read more on Pull Zones here: http://support.maxcdn.com/howto/create-a-pull-zone

CDN for Joomla! does NOT upload files to your CDN server. As said, CDN for Joomla! only works with CDN systems that pull (upload) the media to the server on request.

CDN Providers

Here are some popular CDN providers that will work with CDN for Joomla!

Settings

CDN for Joomla! is packed with options, giving you control over how it works and behaves. Here is the full list of the options you can find in the CDN for Joomla! system plugin settings:

CDN Domain The domain of your CDN Server.

You can also give a comma separated list of different CDN domains. One of these will be appointed to each file in the set at random.

You can use the place holders {subdomain}, {domain} and {extension} to refer to the different parts of the domain name of your website.
Handle HTTPS URLs Select to also handle https URLs (secure URLs)
Keep HTTPS in URLs Select to keep the https in the cdn URLs. Otherwise the cdn URLs will use http.
Link Text The text to display as link.
File Types Select the filetypes that should be served from your CDN server
Extra Filetypes A comma separated list of extra file types that should be served from your CDN server
Ignore Files A comma separated list of (part of) path/file names to ignore (URLs will not be changed to CDN server).
Enable in Inline Scripts Select to convert the media file URLs found in inline javascripts. Switch this off if you find that this causes issue.
File Versioning Select to enable versioning of the file URLs. The last modified date of the file will be added to its URL. This will force the CDN to pull a new version of the file if it gets updated.

This option can have a negative effect on the loading time of your website.
Use 2nd CDN set
Use 3rd CDN set
Use 4th CDN set
Use 5th CDN set
Select to enable an extra Content Delivery Network setup. This way you can use different settings for different file types, like separate settings for images and js/css files.

Installation

You can either install CDN for Joomla! by using the core extension manager available in the Joomla! Administrator Control Panel, or by using the powerful NoNumber Extension Manager.

Note: When updating CDN for Joomla!, you do not need to uninstall it first. The package will update all the files automatically.

Keep in mind that when you update to a major new version (or uninstall first), you might lose some configuration settings.

NoNumber Extension Manager

It is very easy to install/update any NoNumber Extension using the NoNumber Extension Manager.

Please see the User Guide for the NoNumber Extension Manager for more detailed information...


Joomla! Extension Manager

To install via the Joomla! Extension Manager, just follow these steps:

  1. Log into your Joomla administrator;
  2. In the menu, choose: Extensions >> Extension Manager;
  3. Choose the tab: Install from Web (or enable it if you haven't done so yet);
  4. Select the search field and enter CDN for Joomla! and hit enter;
  5. Click on the CDN for Joomla! listing;
  6. Click on Install;
  7. Click on Install to confirm.
Joomla! Installer - Install from Web

Or if you need to install the Pro version or cannot install via the 'Install via Web' method for some reason:

  1. Download the extension install file (.zip);
  2. Log into your Joomla administrator;
  3. In the menu, choose: Extensions >> Extension Manager;
  4. Choose the tab: Upload Package File;
  5. Click on the Choose File button and select the extension zip;
  6. Click on Upload & Install.
Joomla! Installer - Upload Package File

If you have problems installing CDN for Joomla!, please try the manual installation process as described here: docs.joomla.org/Installing_an_extension

FAQs

Some scripts don't work anymore when served from the CDN

In those cases it is best to simply make CDN for Joomla! ignore those files.

For instance, facebook scripts often break when they are not run from the website itself. So if the script name is facebook.js, just place facebook.js in the 'Ignore Files' field.

How can I keep using @font-face styles when using a CDN?

Try adding this to your .htaccess file:

<FilesMatch "\.(ttf|ttc|otf|eot|woff)$">
<IfModule mod_headers.c>
Header set Access-Control-Allow-Origin "*"
</IfModule>
</FilesMatch>

If that doesn't work, you can make CDN for Joomla! ignore your @fontface css files.

Place all your& @font-face declarations in a separate css file called font.css.

Then just place font.css in the 'Ignore Files' field.

Now the font.css file will e served from your own website instead of the CDN server.

Installation

How can I install/upgrade CDN for Joomla!?

You can either install CDN for Joomla! by using the core extension manager available in the Joomla! Administrator Control Panel, or by using the powerful NoNumber Extension Manager.

Note: When updating CDN for Joomla!, you do not need to uninstall it first. The package will update all the files automatically.

Keep in mind that when you update to a major new version (or uninstall first), you might lose some configuration settings.


CDN for Joomla! won't install...

If you have problems installing CDN for Joomla!, please try the manual installation process as described here: docs.joomla.org/Installing_an_extension

How can I uninstall CDN for Joomla!?

You can either uninstall CDN for Joomla! by using the core extension manager available in the Joomla! Administrator Control Panel, or by using the powerful NoNumber Extension Manager.

If you no longer use any NoNumber extensions, you can also uninstall the NoNumber Framework plugin by using the Joomla! core extension manager.

What are the minimum requirements?

CDN for Joomla! will only work correctly if your setup meets these requirements:

  • Up-to-date version of Joomla:
    • Joomla 2.5.10 or higher
    • Joomla 3.3.0 or higher
  • PHP 5.3.13 or higher
  • PHP mbstring (Multibyte String) functions enabled
  • MySQL 5 or higher

Important: I can only provide support for setups that:

  • meet the above requirements;
  • do not have extension files or Joomla! core files which have been altered in any way.

Where can I download earlier versions?

You have access to all previous free versions of all extensions on this website.

If you have a subscription to an extension, you can also download any previous pro version of any extension on this website.

If you do not have a valid subscription, you can download any pro version that is older than 1 year.

You can find old versions in the changelog.

Note: Please note that I am unable to provide support on old versions! (whether you have a subscription or not).

How can I downgrade to an earlier version of CDN for Joomla!?

If for some reason you need to install an older version, it is best to uninstall the extension first.

You will also have to uninstall the NoNumber Framework system plugin.

After that you can simply install the older version zip file using the Joomla! installer.

Note: Please note that I am unable to provide support on old versions!

How can I upgrade from Joomla 2.5 to Joomla 3?

The upgrade of Joomla itself is a one-click process. But that just takes care of Joomla.

Many templates and extensions will not work the same or at all after upgrading to Joomla 3.

I personally advise against using the built-in upgrade process, and advise starting from scratch by installing a fresh copy of Joomla 3.

If you do want to upgrade Joomla 2.5 to Joomla 3, you will need to do this with regards to the NoNumber extensions you have installed:

  1. Disable or uninstall all NoNumber extensions.
    (Uninstalling NoNumber extensions will make you lose any global configuration settings for that extension. You will not lose any saved items)
  2. Upgrade Joomla 2.5 to Joomla 3.
  3. Re-install all NoNumber extensions you want installed.

For a detailed step-by-step migration process, see: https://docs.joomla.org/Joomla_2.5_to_3.x_Step_by_Step_Migration

Licensing

Under what license are NoNumber extensions released?

All free and paid NoNumber extensions are released under the Open Source GNU GPL v2.0 license.

See the Terms & Conditions for additional terms.

NoNumber Framework

What is the NoNumber Framework?

The NoNumber Framework is a Joomla! system plugin that is installed along with every NoNumber extension.

This plugin contains all the common functions and language strings that the NoNumber extensions use.

If you use any NoNumber extensions, this plugin must be installed and published. They will not function correctly or they will not function at all without it.

What is the NoNumber Elements plugin?

The NoNumber Elements system plugin is no longer used and has been replaced by the NoNumber Framework.

If you have been using NoNumber extensions for a long time you may still have this Elements plugin installed.

The NoNumber Elements plugin can safely be uninstalled IF your NoNumber extensions are up-to-date.

More Questions

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Changelog

+ Added   - Removed   ^ Changed   # Fixed

08-Jan-2015 : v3.4.2

Download Free

 ! Removed compatibility for php versions under 5.3.13
 # Fixed issue with Free version being able to be installed over the Pro version

11-Dec-2014 : v3.4.1

Download Free

 ! J3 Removed compatibility for Joomla 3 versions under 3.3.0
 ^ Updated translations: id-ID

21-Nov-2014 : v3.4.0

Download Free

 + PRO Added option to force SSL (https) cdn urls on a non-SSL site
 # Fixed issue with error about nnFile on installation on some setups
 # Fixed issue with error about open_basedir restriction on some setups
 # PRO Fixed issues with duplicate rows in update_sites table

17-Sep-2014 : v3.3.2

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 + Added support for meta msapplication-TileImage content attribute
 # Fixed issue with urls with spaces in the file name not being handled

15-Aug-2014 : v3.3.1

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 ^ Updated translations: fr-FR
 # Fixed issue with undefined property pass

13-Aug-2014 : v3.3.0

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 + Added support for lazyload scripts using the data-original attribute
 + Added svg to the image file types
 ! Removed sponsor banners (because I don't like ads!)
 ! J3 Removed compatibility for Joomla 3 versions under 3.2.2
 ^ Refactored code
 ^ Updated translations: id-ID, nl-NL, pt-BR
 # Fixed issue with sponsor images not showing
 # J2 Fixed issue with errors after upgrade to Joomla 3
 # J2 Fixed issue with urls not being replaced in some javascript blocks

11-May-2014 : v3.2.12

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 # J3 Fixed issue with check all checkboxes and saving not working

24-Apr-2014 : v3.2.11

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 + Added translations: id-ID
 ^ J2 Cleaned up some code
 # J2 Fixed issue with some urls in inline scripts being converted when they shouldn't

19-Mar-2014 : v3.2.10

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 + Added translations: bs-BA
 ^ Updated translations: es-ES
 # Fixed issue with some urls in inline scripts being converted when they shouldn't

21-Jan-2014 : v3.2.9

Download Free Download Pro (older than 1 year)

 ^ Cleaned up some code (syntax)
 ^ Improved rendering speed on list views
 ^ Updated translations: bg-BG
 # Fixed installation error about duplicate entry on some MySQL 5.6 setups
 # Fixed issue with feeds being broken
 # Fixed issue with some missing language strings in some occasions

07-Nov-2013 : v3.2.8

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 ^ Changed javascript minification to use Google Closure
 ^ Updated translations: ja-JP, pt-PT

23-Sep-2013 : v3.2.7

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 ^ Updated translations: nl-NL, sv-SE
 # J2 Fixed issue with urls inside rel="{'link':'...'} not being converted

07-Aug-2013 : v3.2.6

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 # J2 Fixed issue with not being able to install when Qlue404 is installed

03-Aug-2013 : v3.2.5

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 ! J2 Removed compatibility for Joomla 2.5 versions lower than 2.5.10
 ! J3.0 Removed compatibility for Joomla 3 versions lower than 3.1.0
 # Improved rendering speed on list views

15-May-2013 : v3.2.4

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 ^ Updated translations: lt-LT, th-TH
 # PRO Fixed issue with detection of https urls failing on some servers/setups

11-Apr-2013 : v3.2.3

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 # FREE Fixed issue wirh error about Undefined property enable_versioning

11-Apr-2013 : v3.2.2

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 ^ Improved code and speed
 ^ Updated translations: sl-SI
 # Fixed issue with some absolute urls not being handled (broken in v3.2.1)

09-Apr-2013 : v3.2.1

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 + Added option to disable handling inside inline javascripts (as this causes issues with some scripts)
 ^ Improved handling of media urls in inline javascripts
 ^ Updated translations: sl-SI

05-Apr-2013 : v3.2.0

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 + PRO Added ability to use domain part placeholder tags: {subdomain}, {domain}, {extension}
 + PRO Added file versioning, which will make the cdn force a new pull when the file changes
 ^ Changed messaging on installation on unsupported Joomla versions
 ^ Cleaned up some code (syntax)
 ^ Improved handling of media urls in inline javascripts
 ^ Updated translations: de-DE, it-IT, sl-SI
 # Fixed issue with media urls containing ')' not getting converted

12-Feb-2013 : v3.1.1

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 + Added support for media files in longdesc attribute for lazyload scripts
 + Added support for media files in og:image meta tag content
 + Added translations: fr-FR
 ! Removed CloudCache and CDN77 as sponsors
 ^ Improved overal matching of files
 ^ Updated translations: nl-NL, pt-BR
 # Fixed issue with urls with surronding whitespace not being handled
 # Fixed some issues with installation breaking and throwing errors on some setups

30-Dec-2012 : v3.1.0

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 ^ Cleaned up code
 ^ Moved media files to Joomla media folder
 ^ Updated translations: sv-SE
 # Fixed error about XML setup file on first install

11-Dec-2012 : v3.0.2

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 ! J2 Removed ability to install on Joomla versions lower than 2.5.7
 ^ Updated translations: th-TH
 # J2 Fixed issue with errors about xml files on installation

14-Nov-2012 : v3.0.1

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 # Fixed issue with error messages about XML file on installation on some setups

11-Nov-2012 : v3.0.0

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 + J3 Added Joomla 3 support
 ! J1.5 Removed Joomla 1.5 support

09-Nov-2012 : v2.2.0

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 + J2PRO Added ability to set multiple cdn roots per set (will choose at random) (Thanks Robin Vickery)
 ! J1.5 LAST VERSION COMPATIBLE WITH JOOMLA 1.5
 ^ Fixed issue with urls starting with // not being interpreted correctly

25-Oct-2012 : v2.1.3

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 + Added CDN77 as sponsor
 ^ Cleaned up a lot of code
 ^ Updated translations: nl-NL, sv-SE, th-TH

07-Aug-2012 : v2.1.2

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 ^ Updated translations: de-DE, it-IT, lt-LT
 # Fixed issue with php warning about non-created object

18-Jul-2012 : v2.1.1

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 + Added MaxCDN to the sponsor ads
 ! Removed ability to install on Joomla 1.6 and 1.7
 ! Removed ability to install on setups with php 5.2 or lower
 ^ Cleaned a lot of code
 ^ Updated translations: de-DE, fa-IR, nl-NL

01-May-2012 : v2.1.0

Download Free Download Pro (older than 1 year)

 + Added translations: fa-IR
 ^ Increased page load speed by changing how xml files are loaded

13-Apr-2012 : v2.0.2

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 ^ Updated translations: sv-SE, th-TH
 # FREE Fixed issue with http not being prepended to cdn url

10-Apr-2012 : v2.0.1

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 # SECURITY FIX: Fixed URL injection vulnerability in NoNumber Framework

07-Apr-2012 : v2.0.0

 + PRO Added option to hide the sponsor ad
 ^ Changed some language strings
 ^ Cleaned up code syntax
 ^ Now available as Pro and Free version
 # Fixed issue with enable https option not working correctly

26-Jan-2012 : v1.7.1

 + Added translations: pt-PT
 ^ Cleaned up more code
 ^ Updated translations: it-IT
 # Fixed issue with installer not removing the folder/zip from the tmp
 # [J1.7+] Fixed issue with CDN set 4 not showing

18-Nov-2011 : v1.7.0

 + Added 2 sets to give a total of 5 sets
 ^ Cleaned code syntax (no longer guaranteed support for php 5.2.x and lower)
 # Fixed issue with enable https option only working on first set

17-Oct-2011 : v1.6.1

 # Fixed security issue in NoNumber Framework plugin
 # J1.7 Fixed issue with error in feeds

08-Oct-2011 : v1.6.0

 ^ Cleaned up some code (like no more use of DS)
 ^ Improved installer
 ^ Moved translation language files to main package (no more language packs)

16-Sep-2011 : v1.5.0

 ^ Changed NoNumber Elements plugin to NoNumber Framework
 ^ Moved common language strings to NoNumber Framework files
 # Fixed some issues with urls in editor / form fields being converted

14-Jul-2011 : v1.4.3

 + Added possibility to exclude content from being handled by surrounding it with {nocdn}...{/nocdn}
 # Fixed more issues with new NoNumber Elements files causing problems with Advanced Module Manager (sorry)

13-Jul-2011 : v1.4.2

 # Fixed issue with new NoNumber Elements files causing problems with Advanced Module Manager

13-Jul-2011 : v1.4.1

 # Fixed issue with JEventHandler error on some setups
 # J1.7 Fixed issue with jpg images not being handled

18-Jun-2011 : v1.4.0

 + Added option to keep https in the cdn urls
 + Joomla 1.7 compatible!
 ^ Changed layout of settings
 ^ Changed use of elements
 ^ Now also handles urls in non-quoted attributes
 ^ Will keep https in urls if https:// is placed in the cdn domain field

29-Mar-2011 : v1.3.1

 ^ Improved handling of https pages
 # Fixed issue language strings
 # Fixed issue plugin being executed on raw format pages

10-Mar-2011 : v1.3.0

 + Added option to setup 2nd and 3rd CDN set
 ^ Changed language files to be J1.6 ready

10-Feb-2011 : v1.2.4

 + Added option to disable on https urls
 ^ Changed extension icon / logo

10-Dec-2010 : v1.2.3

 # Fixed issue with some relative links not being converted

10-Dec-2010 : v1.2.2

 ^ Changed urls of links to maxCDN
 # Cleaned up some code
 # Fixed issue with not being able to save no file types selected in list
 # Fixed issue with using subfolder as root not working correctly
 # Fixed issues with document being called to early
 # Fixed some issues with loading of language strings

25-Nov-2010 : v1.2.0

 + Added checks to see if NoNumber Elements plugin is installed/enabled
 ^ Fixed and updated all language strings

17-Nov-2010 : v1.1.1

 # Fixed issue with php notices about empty delimiter
 # Fixed issue with urls not being replaced on some setups (older php versions)

16-Nov-2010 : v1.1.0

 + Added check to be disabled on edit pages (preventing problems with editors)
 + Added option to ignore given files/paths
 ^ Improved code to make it lighter/faster

19-Oct-2010 : v1.0.2

 # Fixed faulty version number

19-Oct-2010 : v1.0.1

 # Fixed wrong extension name in plugin list

18-Oct-2010 : v1.0.0

 + First stable release

Reviews

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Installed very easily and I used MaxCDN. It was up and running in 10 minutes and page load time was about halved. Thank you so much :-)
I am guessing there 90% of Joomla users uses Shared Hosting most of them suck(not users the Hosting companies) CDN is the only solution to over come that problem. As of 2014 Cloud is cheap and I am sure enough thats its going to more cheaper in future.

Now when it comes to CDN for Joomla I wish joomla has this feature inbuilt in near future(say 2016), I dream to even host my DB from cloud with a mouse click.

Peter! You rock!
CDN's can be daunting for designer types, but this plugin makes integration a breeze. One of my top 5 plugins and with loading times becoming more and more important, it's certainly a tool worth supporting!!
According to our speed benchmark with Google Analytics, our website generally loads 30% faster with CDN enabled. Both us and our visitors are happy with this speed improvements!
Installed the extension and it was easy to setup. Ran into a small functionality snag with another module and Peter was on it right away. When we couldn't find the issue by having me test a few settings he logged into our system and fixed it. I have to say it is refreshing to deal with someone as professional as Peter and nonumber.nl. Thanks again!
A very usefull and simple plugin. Dont forget to position it last at the plugin system.
I just installed this plugin on my Clan's website. Very simple to set up and it has cut our site's load time in half. Awesome addition to any site.
Dead simple to install and setup. Helped me increase a large sites performance. Support is fast and knowledgeable.
This is a must plugin to be installed in your joomla website!
Peter van Westen really makes the best Joomla tools. His tools have helped me a lot and I have already written two reviews about his tools. This is the third one. I hope, no one minds. But, his tools have really helped me accomplish my tasks in Joomla. So, instead of calling him Peter van Westen, I will just call him Peter van Besten, because his tools are really the best.

I ran into a bandwidth problem with a site which I am hosting on a local machine. I installed CDN for Joomla, signed up with a CDN provider, entered the url provided by the CDN provider into the CDN Domain field of the CDN for Joomla plugin, and boom, my site went from snail speed to light speed within minutes.

Thank you, once again, Peter van Besten.

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Translations

CDN for Joomla! comes packed with the following languages:

English (United Kingdom)
100%
Bulgarian (Bulgaria)
100%
Bosnian (Bosnia and Herzegovina)
98%Translate
Catalan (Spain)
64%Translate
German (Germany)
79%Translate
Greek (Greece)
44%Translate
Spanish (Spain)
100%
Persian (Iran)
64%Translate
French (France)
100%
Indonesian (Indonesia)
100%
Italian (Italy)
100%
Japanese (Japan)
43%Translate
Lithuanian (Lithuania)
100%
Dutch (Netherlands)
100%
Portuguese (Brazil)
100%
Russian (Russia)
64%Translate
Slovenian (Slovenia)
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