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STEP 1

Log in to your Drupal site and from Admin bar at the top, select Modules
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STEP 2

After you’ve downloaded the CDN Module from Drupal.org, select “Install new module” and upload the .zip
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STEP 3

Upload the CDN Module from your browser and install it. Hopefully, everything will install successfully. That’s something your hosting provider can help you with.
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STEP 4

Once the CDN Module has been successfully installed, go back to the Modules list and scroll down to CDN. Select Enable and Save Configuration.
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STEP 5

Select Configure from the CDN module. Change the status of the CDN Module to Enabled and Save configuration
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STEP 6

On the right hand side of the configuration screen, select the Details menu tab. In Mode, select Origin Pull and enter the CNAME record generated when you created a CDN Resource. See How To Set Up A CDN Resource.
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STEP 7

Scroll down and enable Far Future expiration. Save configuration.
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STEP 8 (optional)

On the right hand side of the CDN Module screen, select the Other tab. Enable HTTPS for SSL support (optional). See how to Set Up SSL.
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STEP 9

Your done. Test the configuration and run a Pingdom speed test.

Still Stuck?

Get in touch with the support team support@cdn.net