1. madmaxy007
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  3. Monday, 09 September 2019
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Hi Guys,

Im getting external urls from a feed.

Is it possible to cache this external urls with speed cache?

Here is the site with the images from external url:

https://kauf-auf-rechnung24.com/produktsuche/q-iPad.html

Kind regards,
Fred
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Hi,

Thanks for contacting us here about this extension.

Is it possible to cache this external urls with speed cache?

Here is the site with the images from external url:

https://kauf-auf-rechnung24.com/produktsuche/q-iPad.html


Yes, we have a parameter to cache external url. Please go to the link below for more information:
https://www.joomunited.com/documentation/speed-cache-documentation#toc-6-2-automatic-cache-preloading-2

Hope it helps!
Cheers,
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Hi,

thx for the fast response.

But in the documentation i couldnt find. Which parameter/point in the documentation is responsible for caching external urls. And do i need the cURL extension?

Kind regards
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Hi,

Thanks for getting back to me with more information.

But in the documentation i couldnt find. Which parameter/point in the documentation is responsible for caching external urls.

You should go to this link: https://www.joomunited.com/documentation/speed-cache-documentation#toc-6-2-automatic-cache-preloading-2
And find the parameter: "Cache external script"

And do i need the cURL extension?

Yes, you should enable cURL extension in PHP also.

Hope it helps!
Cheers,
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Thanks,

that helps!

Final question: Im using the free cloudfare cdn. I see, you support cloudfare.

Do you supprot the free cloudfare version too?


Cheers
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Hi,

Thanks for your response.

Im using the free cloudfare cdn. I see, you support cloudfare.

Do you supprot the free cloudfare version too?


We support replacing cdn url with current host on your site; However, cloudflare will automatically download and cache resources on your site,
so you do not need to replace it with cdn urls.

Hope it helps!
Cheers,
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Thx for everything. ill buy it :-)
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