Jump into the world of CDNs and make your website much more accessible! WPLift covers how a CDN will make your website faster, more accessible around the globe, and potentially even save you money.
Not sure how a CDN works? No problem! This article explains it all.
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CDN – you’ve probably seen this acronym bandied about by the web community. But do you actually know what it means? And better yet, do you know how it can benefit your WordPress site?
Whether you have zero idea what a CDN is or you’re just not sure whether or not you should use a CDN for your WordPress site, keep reading to learn all about the benefits of CDNs.
What is a CDN?
CDN is short for “content delivery network”. To understand what that means, it helps to have a quick baseline for how the Internet works. Don’t worry – I won’t get too technical on you (nor do I have the knowledge to!).
Essentially, whenever someone visits your site, their browser queries your web server for the data it needs to load. Your web server responds back with the all the data necessary to render your beautiful website in your visitor’s browser.
But here’s the problem…