Free LibrariesTravel Nomad WordPress Theme CDN Performance
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PageCDN allows you to extremely optimize content, delivery and caching based on your needs. Below is the list of all optimizations applied to or available for this repo. You can pull your own content from a website or a GitHub repo for best optimizations and fast delivery.
PageCDN compresses resources using brotli (quality-11) at 'Extreme' compression level. For a general understanding of the size difference, see this comparison of file sizes produced by different CDNs.
Resources delivered over different protocols are considered different. Browsers do not reuse cached copy of resources delivered over HTTP for the HTTPS requests, and vise versa. Making everything HTTPS not only increases security, but also improves cache hit ratio.
This is how long CDN files in this repo are cached in the browser.
This is how long CDN files in this repo are cached at the edge before checking for its freshness.
Image optimization, resizing and WebP conversion is enabled through URL based flags. For more information, please visit the Integration page.
URL based cache busting is turned ON for this repo through version tags.