You can use CDN with your blob storage in two ways:
RECOMMENDATION: We do not recommend using CDN with the default File system and Database provides. If you do this, all existing content that is located on the file system or on the database will be served through the CDN, including the system images. We recommend to create a new blob storage provider and configure the CDN settings, create new library that will use it, and move the public items from default library to the new library.
NOTE: Sitefinity's blob storage providers work with images, videos and documents (the default Sitefinity CMS provider works with all three of these item types). By adding the CDN parameters to a provider all of its item types will be served through the CDN. If this is your intended scenario, make sure your CDN can handle the different item types of the provider.
To create a blob storage provider:
To add CDN parameters:
As a result, your CDN blob storage provider is activated.
To change the blob storage provider for an existing library, perform the following:
As a result, your library is configured to use the CDN blob storage provider and content items from that library are retrieved from the CDN.
If you activated the Web security module and have images or other media on your website that are served from another domain like Azure or Amazon Web Services, you must add the domain names in the module’s HTTP response headers. To do so:
For more information, see Web security module.
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