Image CDN – WordPress CDN Plugin

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Description

ImageEngine’s Image CDN plugin accelerates your WordPress or WooCommerce performance by optimizing static images and other assets and delivering them through the ImageEngine content delivery network. The plugin automatically tailors images specifically to the end user’s smartphone, tablet or desktop device model and browser, converts them to an optimal image format (e.g. WebP or JPEG 2000), and delivers them via a CDN. To use this plugin with the ImageEngine CDN, get a free trial account here.

How ImageEngine Works

The plugin works by rewriting the URLs to your assets (images, javascript, css, etc), switching your domain for the CDN’s domain. Unlike other CDN plugins, the Image CDN plugin makes it simple to test your configuration before enabling it.

  • When a visitor requests a page, ImageEngine dynamically pulls images from your WordPress origin and optimizes them.
  • At the CDN edge, ImageEngine uses device detection to identify the requesting devices and browser characteristics.
  • Based on this information, ImageEngine will resize, compress and encode images so they are best suited to the end users’ device.
  • The optimized image will then be delivered at the ImageEngine CDN edge. Subsequent requests are served instantly with cached assets stored on ImageEngine’s global CDN.

Users of ImageEngine can also configure the Directives for their assets to control image quality, automatic format conversion and automatic image resizing.

What Makes ImageEngine Better Than Other CDNs or Digital Asset Management Platforms?

  • Delivers optimized images 30% faster than other CDNs or Digital Asset Management platforms.
  • Achieves up to 80% image payload reduction with no perceptible change in quality.
  • Simple to install. Easy to test your configuration before enabling it. No need to move or upload images.
  • Only CDN with true device-aware edge servers to drive superior, fine-tuned optimization.
  • Automatic image optimization of JPG, PNG, GIF, SVG, BMP, TIF into next generation formats like WebP, JPEG 2000, aWebP, or MP4. You can also safely serve non-image files through ImageEngine.
  • Delivers via its scalable global CDN network, with support for HTTPS, HTTP/2, WAF, and DDoS protection.

Support Resources

Pricing Plans

You can get started with ImageEngine easily with a free, no credit card required, 60 day trial. We offer three plans:

  • Basic – $49/month. Up to 100 GB per month of optimized image payload. Includes HTTPs, advanced control panes, performance statistics, and email support
  • Standard – $99/month. Up to 250 GB per month. Includes 3 custom domains (CNAME) with HTTPS support. Priority onboarding support.
  • Pro – pricing scales with usage volume. WAF with DDoS protection. Dedicated edge servers available. Ticketed enterprise support. Contact us.

Features

  • Maximize web performance by serving static assets from a CDN
  • Set the WordPress directories that should be included
  • Define excluded directories or extensions
  • Enable or disable HTTPS support
  • Turn on or off quickly without deactivating the plugin
  • Test the CDN integration before saving your changes to make sure it will work properly
  • Supports ImageEngine Directives
  • Compatible with the WordPress Cache Enabler plugin

System Requirements

  • PHP >=5.6
  • WordPress >=4.6

Author

Note: this plugin was based on the CDN Enabler plugin, but has diverged and will not track it.

Installation

The following are the steps to install the Image CDN plugin

  1. In your WordPress Administration Panels, click on Add New option under Plugins from the menu.
  2. Type ImageEngine in the search box in the top right corner.
  3. Click the “Install Now” button on the Image CDN – WordPress CDN Plugin.
  4. Activate the plugin
  5. Go to Settings -> Image CDN and follow in the instructions on how to enable the service.

Plugin author

imageengine

Plugin official website address

https://wordpress.org/plugins/image-cdn/
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