Using a Content Delivery Network (CDN) will allow site images and assets (JSS and CSS) to be served from the CDN Point of Presence nearest to the customer. This will improve load times for your site. Managed WordPress and Managed WooCommerce sites plans include the Nexcess CDN.
Log in to your Nexcess portal for your site. Select the Plan Dashboard for the correct site.
Go to the Performance tab in the portal.
Click on the Enable CDN toggle and follow the steps to enable the CDN for your site.
From your WordPress admin panel, select Settings > WP Rocket.
Go to the CDN tab in WP Rocket you will need to toggle on Enable Content Delivery Network.
In the CDN CNAME field type your origin CDN URL. For example, https://eadn-wc02-876771.nxedge.io/cdn.
You can set which assets or paths you want to exclude from the Nexcess CDN in the Exclude files from CDN section in the CDN tab of the WP Rocket plugin.
Click Save Changes.
Since you are already using WP Rocket you can get some extra performance gains for site users by setting the CDN URL to be DNS prefetched. Go to Settings > WP Rocket > Preload.
Enter the URL to be DNS prefetched, an example would be //eadn-wc02-876771.nxedge.io/cdn then save the changes in WP Rocket..
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