Setting up CloudFront with a WordPress Site

WordPress Without Hosting and Domain – Setting up CloudFront with a WordPress Site


Setting up CloudFront with a WordPress Site

WordPress Without Hosting and Domain

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A 10 minute walk through of the steps required to accelerate your WordPress site with Amazon CloudFront, follow-up to the blog post “How to accelerate your WordPress site with Amazon CloudFront”

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Setting up CloudFront with a WordPress Site

14 thoughts on “WordPress Without Hosting and Domain – Setting up CloudFront with a WordPress Site

  1. Can we follow the same steps for a wordpress website (EC2 instance) with no Load balancer. I think that is the most common case with most of the AWS user (hosting wordpress sites). If there's another method for this case, kindly share the information.

    Because I couldn't find any documentation on linking W3 total cache plugin with AWS instance. Although they have suggested that plugin in the documents.
    Thank you.

  2. You talk about setting the 'Origin Domain Name' if you have a load balancer configured. I don't have a load balancer configured nor do I know what it actually does. What if I have a WP site running on a Lightsail Instance using Plesk? Then what do I do for the 'Origin Domain Name'?

  3. Hello I followed all the steps but in the end I get an error.

    403 ERROR

    The request could not be satisfied.

    Bad request. We can't connect to the server for this app or website at this time. There might be too much traffic or a configuration error. Try again later, or contact the app or website owner.

    If you provide content to customers through CloudFront, you can find steps to troubleshoot and help prevent this error by reviewing the CloudFront documentation.

    Ge

  4. looks very complicated for me, you have to know a lot before starting out. Probably it easier to pay someone to do it for me rather than studying all documentation for the whole year.

  5. Hi. Thanks for such a great video.

    I have been running into problems with server time out, what would you suggest I change to improve it. The store is a high volume woocommerce store.

  6. Hi, thank you for this amazing video, but i have some question.
    I have a main domain: thisexample.com and a sub-domain en.thisexample.com with two different installation of wordpress. I create 2 diffrent CDN? Should I treat them as two separate domains? Once configured Amazon Cloud Front, do I have to change anything on the site in WordPress? No plug-ins? Just follow the directions of the video? Are the wp-content folders etc .. automatically transferred? When I create a content, where should I upload the image? In wordpress or Amazon? This process is not clear to me. I saw you configure everything in Amazon Cloud Front, but nothing in WordPress. If I want to activate Amazon for my site, just follow the video? Or should I look at anything else? Once I tried to configure Amazon, but I couldn't. From your video it seems simple. Thank, i appreciate your help!

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