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Setting Up a Custom CDN Domain
Using a Custom CDN Domain In live optimization mode, your images and assets will load from *.zapwp.com - which is technically unbranded; however we strongly recommend using your own website's domain for serving images and scripts. The most common domain we see is cdn.yoursite.com - and it can be set up simply within the plugin under PRO Settings and scrolling to Custom CDN Domain !(https://storage.crisp.chat/users/helpdesk/website/49a2bcd521bcc400/screen-shot-2021-04-08-at-9573_ud
Using the Universal Version (Wordpress or Non-WordPress)
Using WP Compress with Caching Plugins
Using WP Compress with Caching Plugins You should be fine to use both local and live mode for WP Compress with caching plugins! 🎉 We simply recommend not doubling up on settings (lazy loading, css / js minify etc.) but fortunately you can toggle on/off any settings in our portal as needed! Make sure we're bypassing any firewalls or security plugins so that we can download the images, but other than that you should be all set right out of the box!
Selecting a Quota Type
Selecting a Quota Type Monthly Quota Monthly Quotas are ideal for managing client websites, you can simply select a monthly allocation of credits per website and it's as simple as that! Agency level users may also set a custom monthly quota as desired. Shared Quota A Shared Quota is great for personal or trusted websites, or if you're unsure what quota to set initiall
Connecting Your First Website
First off, welcome to the WP Compress family! Linking your website is simple, here's a video guide: Go to the WP Compress Management Portal Click "Add New Website" in the top right Select your desired quota (Learn more about quota types) Download the Plugin ZIP File if needed Hit Next and click on your API Key to Copy It Install the WP Compress WordPress Plugin
Purging the CDN Cache
How to Purge the CDN Cache To purge CDN cache, simply navigate to the admin bar and click Clear Cache, this will flush your files from our network and request content to be re-downloaded on the next page load. We account for some of the most common situations, and you should not need to purge the cache for: Updating a Plugin Updating a Post or Page Changing Settings within WP Compre
Using External Urls (s3, Spaces, etc.)
Using External Urls The External URL functionality can be used when serving third party urls that are loaded on your website! The main use case for this is when offloading images or scripts to Amazon s3, Digital Ocean Spaces or other providers. You can simply toggle on "EXTERNAL URLs" under PRO Settings or configure it from the portal as needed! SETTING IN THE MANA
What is the Central Management Portal?
What is the Central Management Portal? You may access the Central Management Portal at app.wpcompress.com to view statistics and manage all of your linked websites. From the management portal you can: Add a New Website Allocate Credits to Existing Websites View Detailed Statistics Download & Send Client Reports Remote Optimize Images Remote Manage Settings ... and much more! If you've unlocked agency features you can: Access Whitela
Modifying an Existing Quota
Modifying an Existing Quota Changing the allocated quota of an already linked website is simple! Visit the Management Portal Click on the blue view icon next to the domain you'd like to manage Scroll all the way down and you'll see the quota management options !(https://storage.crisp.chat/users/helpdesk/website/49a2bcd521bcc400/screen-sh
Using Custom Branded Reporting (Whitelabel)
Using Custom Branded Reporting (Whitelabel) Agency PRO members can add their logo to both PDF and Email Reports as well as set up custom branded SMTP from the management portal. Step 1 Click on Whitelabel Reporting at the top right of the portal Step 2 Upload your logo and set the desired width in the report !(https://storage.crisp.chat/users/helpdesk/website/49a2bcd
Using WP Compress on a Multisite
Using WP Compress on a Multisite You may use WP Compress on a multisite, but at this time please activate individually per site, rather than network activation so that each zone can have it's respective settings, statistics and remote management access.