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  • Videx
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    Originally posted by GHST View Post
    I'm using cloudlfare as well. It caches your pages and serves them in a cdn like fashion. Not a true cdn but it's free.
    Perhaps you mean not an "old school" CDN? Because according to the Wikipedia definition Cloudflare surely classifies as a "true" CDN.
    A content delivery network or content distribution network (CDN) is a system of computers containing copies of data placed at various nodes of a network.

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  • Zachery
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    You can pretty easily change the templates / stylevars to point to a cdn.

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  • GHST
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    CDN option?

    I'm using cloudlfare as well. It caches your pages and serves them in a cdn like fashion. Not a true cdn but it's free.

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  • Videx
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    I'm not sure that request is even valid any longer as far as CDNs go. I know in our case our entire shared server site is on Cloudflare (free). We didn't have to move any files or modify anything to do it; just throw a switch in Cpanel. Even if you're on a VPS or Dedicated you shouldn't really need to move files around.

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  • IcEWoLF
    started a topic [Forum] CDN option?

    CDN option?

    Is it possible?
    A built in option would be super awesome...
    I use vbseo and they offer limited maxcdn option, but I'd like to see vbulletin coming out with one.
    I saw Alfa1 creating a request, but it seems like this is not in your priority list?
    I don't think it would be too complicated to add such thing.

    http://tracker.vbulletin.com/browse/VBIV-9261
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