About The CDNAbout the CDN
We're proud to run WP Compress across an ultra-premium, hybrid CDN that features multiple layers from top ranked providers such as GoogleCloud, BunnyCDN, Digital Ocean and more!
We currently use over 200+ POPs and are constantly adding more, a list of the main POPs is below:Popular
How Does Live Compression Work?How Does Live Compression Work?
Using Live Compression Mode, your images are securely backed up and optimized in the compression cloud, then only the smaller, light-weight images are served to your viewers from our exclusive hybrid CDN network.
Live mode automatically optimizes your images and scripts in real-time based on the incoming visitors device, browser, screen resolution, location on pPopular
How Does Local Compression Work?How Does Local Compression Work?
Using Local Compression Mode, your images are optimized either in bulk or individually in the media library. You then may serve them locally from your website or media library, or use a third party CDN/Cloud as normal.
In this case, the smaller optimized images are saved on your server and if you were to deactivate the plugin, they'd maintain in that statPopular
Using Hotlinking ProtectionUsing Hotlinking Protection
You may reach out to us via chat support to enable hotlinking protection for LIVE mode if you do not want other domains to be able to use your images.Few readers
Why are my background images not WebP?Why are my background images not WebP?
Typically background images are located within CSS files which do not have universal support for WebP images yet with browsers.
It's actually faster and more compatible to load the non-WebP image in that case than to dynamically rewrite CSS or JS files - and even then it may not be compatible for the location the image is in (such as a background slider etc.)Few readers
What is the WebP image format?What is the WebP image format?
WebP is an image format developed by Google that can significantly reduce the file size of images while maintaining the same quality and visual appeal. WebP images are typically 25-34% smaller than comparable JPEG or PNG images, which can help reduce the load time of your pages and improve the performance of your website or application.
There are several benefits to using WebP images:
Faster load times: WebP images are smaller in size, which means they canFew readers
What is Image Optimization?What is Image Optimization?
Image optimization is the process of reducing the file size of an image while maintaining the same quality and visual appeal. This is done to improve the performance of a website or application, as larger images can take longer to load, which can negatively impact the user experience.
We optimize the image in several ways to and serve the appropriate variationFew readers