Important notes

  • This tutorial assumes you have already created a Pull Zone.
  • If you plan to use SSL for your PrestaShop store, make sure to have either Shared SSL enabled or a Private SSL installed.
  • If you have to manually edit portions of your website, we have created an alternative CDN implementation method for PrestaShop here.
  1. Log into your PrestaShop Admin Panel
  2. Hover your mouse over “Advanced Parameters” and click on “Performance”
  3. Under the “CCC (Combine, Compress and Cache)” section, enable CCC for the following:
    • Smart cache for CSS
    • Smart cache for JavaScript
    • Minify HTML
    • Compress inline JavaScript in HTML

  4. Scroll down to the “Media servers (use only with CCC)” section.
  5. Find three fields called “Media server” and insert your CDN URL into it as follows:
  6. Hit the SAVE button on the top of page to save your current settings.


To ensure you implemented MaxCDN correctly, you can view the source code of any page to confirm that the CDN domain is being used for static assets instead of your origin domain. You can also use tools like pingdom, gtmetrix, webpagetest that can give you more detailed reports on your CDN implementation status.

Important Note:

If your website uses SSL, make sure the CDN URL used supports HTTPS. If you have a custom Private SSL with your Pull Zone, use the domain the SSL was ordered for. If you use our Shared SSL, make sure to use the Shared SSL URL, i.e:, as your CDN URL. CDN integration has only been tested on the default Prestashop theme, so results may vary if you are running a custom theme.

  • Vikas Solanki

    These PrestaShop screenshots need to be updated as the latest version of Prestashop options look different. My 2 cents.