Free LibrariesOpenness WordPress Theme CDN Integration

Openness is built from the popular WordPress theme called Twenty Fifteen, so you may want to give Openness a try and see just how far it goes. We made several changes and enhancements to give you the flexibility that you need. Openness is really the best choice for personal blogs, especially if you write articles with a lot of images. We even included some attention to detail with shadow styles for images to add depth to your pages. Openness is perfect for your blog with a more refined style, unlimited colours, at least a couple blog layouts that includes a grid concept, RTL support, show or hide various page elements, and of course support is always available for you. Be sure to read more about the Openness theme under the Appearance admin menu. [ more... ]

Manual Integration

Documentation and usage details may be available on project page. This project is licensed under GPLv2 License .

To manually use CDN Links from this project, just goto the CDN Files page and click the icon to copy code for using on your website. For most important files, it will copy script and style tags that already include SRI hash so that you can securely embed code in your HTML documents.

Wordpress plugin

This project on PageCDN is also available on our free CDN plugin. Once you install the plugin, it automatically detects files available on PageCDN and links to them. There is no manual configuration required.

API Integration

This project is available on our Public CDN API. Further integration details are available in docs.

File Search

You can also lookup files of this repo using sha-256 hash. For example, you can use /lookup CDN endpoint that returns a JSON response containing URL of the public file you searched for. This endpoint searches for matching files on the entire public CDN, including WordPress themes and Plugins, and public libraries but excluding 'Easy Fonts'.

GET https://pagecdn.io/lookup/0925e8ad7bd971391a8b1e98be8e87a6971919eb5b60c196485941c3c1df089a 
 {
    "status": "200",
    "message": "Ok",
    "details": "Success",
    "response": {
        "file_url": "https:\/\/pagecdn.io\/lib\/jquery\/3.4.1\/jquery.min.js"
    }
} 

For best performance, this response is cached at our edge servers. However, you are recommended to create a local copy of this response to avoid latency.

Combining files

This feature is currently in pipeline, and is expected to be released soon.

On-the-fly image optimization

On-the-fly image optimization is now enabled on all repos on PageCDN by default. With this feature, you can optimize and resize images by just tweaking the URLs. Only PNG and JPG file types are supported. Here is how it works:

 Original Image:               marco.png
Optimize:                     marco._o.png
Optimize and resize:          marco._o_300w.png            (resize and maintain aspect ratio)
Optimize and resize:          marco._o_300w_100h.png       (resize and crop if required)
Optimize, resize and convert: marco._o_300w_100h_webp.png  (resize, optimize and convert to webp) 

On-the-fly minification

On-the-fly minification is now enabled on all repos on PageCDN by default. With this feature, you can minify any CSS or JS file on the fly by just tweaking the URLs even when the minified file is not already available on the CDN. Here is how it works:

 Original Script:     custom.js
Minified Script:     custom.min.js  (auto-generated if your site requests for it, not otherwise)