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How To Setup Fozzy CDN Step By Step Tutorial

Web hosting is one of the most important parts of any website. When its come to budget hosting, Fozzy provides hosting for new blogs and website. The Fozzy not only provide hosting but also provide free CDN for small as well as big files.

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The complete setup process of Fozzy CDN is very easy and only takes 5 to 10 minutes. The main reason for using CDN is, It improves your website speed, Improves Google ranking and delivers content fast.

Hence using free CDN can bring a thundering speed to your blog/website. Here is complete tutorial on how to setup Fozzy CDN.\

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How To Setup Fozzy CDN

  • Firstly you need to have a hosting account with or you can create by clicking here.
  • Once you have an account with Fozzy simply log in and open a support ticket asking for Free CDN for your blog/website.
  • You will receive a reply with a CDN URL for your blog/website. As shown below.

Fozzy Free CDN


  • Now login to your WordPress dashboard, if you still haven’t installed WordPress I insist you to install to move further.
  • Once login, download Breez plugin by cloudways to setup Fozzy CDN.
  • Install & Activate this plugin and within your WordPress dashboard.
  • Once activated go to setting>Breez>CDN.
  • In CDN tab, check “Enable to make CDN effective on your website” and paste your CDN URL provided by Fozzy support in order to setup Fozzy CDN. As shown below.

Fozzy CDN Free


  • Click save changes and empty cache.

That’s it you can now simply enjoy CDN service for free. If you find this article helpful do share it with your friends.

Vaibhav Kulkarni
I am Vaibhav Kulkarni, Blogger By Passion, Civil Engineer By Profession. I am Tech Enthusiast and Travel Lover. I started my journey 3 years back with some ideas and no coding experience. I was always fascinated with technology and its credibility. I firmly believe in "Creating jobs rather than asking for one".