May 2022 - New features added:

  • Improved the reliability and compatibility of the CDN integration

  • Added customizable CDN hostnames

  • Added the ability to remove the CDN zone (with the custom naming feature, you can also rename the CDN hostname)

  • Added additional security options and enabled them by default


A CDN is a great way to accelerate your website, especially when the audience is in a different country to the source content.

This article explains how to enable and then utilize the Wordify CDN, which is delivered by our partner Bunny.net.

  1. Enabling CDN

  2. Configuring the CDN with the Bunny CDN Plugin

  3. Configuring the CDN with Popular Cache Plugins

  4. Clear CDN Cache

  5. Deleting/Deactivating the CDN

  6. Renaming the Pull Zone Name or the CDN URL

1. Enabling CDN

To enable the CDN zone for your site, follow these steps:

  1. Configure your site by clicking the pencil

  2. Go to Hosting > CDN

  3. Click "Create CDN"

  4. Choose a CDN Zone Name - if you're not sure, leave the default

At this point, you will be able to see your "Pull Zone Name" which you will need for configuring the CDN.

2. Configuring the CDN with the Bunny CDN Plugin

To configure the CDN you can use the Bunny CDN plugin, by following these steps:

  1. In the Wordify DashBoard CDN Configuration set Block Root Path to Don't block.

  2. Login into WP Admin

  3. Plugins > Add New Plugin > Bunny,net CDN Plugin

  4. Click Bunny.net in the left-hand main menu

  5. Enter the Pull Zone Name (not URL) and Press enable CDN

  6. Set Block Root Path back to Block

3. Configuring the CDN with Popular Cache Plugins

If you would prefer you can also use many popular Cache plugins. We've linked articles below on how to set up some popular plugins.

*Note In the Wordify DashBoard CDN Configuration set Block Root Path to Don't block before configuring these plugins.

4. Clear CDN Cache

If you need to clear your CDN cache you can do so by following these steps:

  1. Configure your site by clicking the pencil icon next to your site.

  2. Go to Hosting > CDN

  3. Click Purge

  4. This can take up to 30 seconds and will then remove all the files we hold on the CDN for your site.

5. Deleting/Deactivating the CDN

Note: Before you delete the CDN in the Wordify panel following the steps below, you must disable the CDN plugin in WordPress or remove the details from your Cache plugin. Failure to do this will break your site.

  1. Configure your site by clicking the pencil

  2. Go to Hosting > CDN

  3. Click "Delete" and confirm

6. Renaming the Pull Zone Name or the CDN URL

Note: In renaming, you will lose your current CDN stats.

To rename a zone please follow these steps:

  1. Remove the Bunny plugin or any CDN configuration from within WordPress

  2. Follow Step 5 above to Delete the CDN

  3. Follow Step 1 above to Enable the CDN

Once this is done you will need to reconfigure the CDN in WordPress by following Step 2 or Step 3 above.

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