StrikeTracker KnowledgeBase

Sites & Scopes

Understanding Sites & Scopes

Sites NOTE: In previous versions of StrikeTracker, "Host" was the name used to refer to the delivery containers used to configure, cache, and deliver your content. With StrikeTracker 3.5, "Hosts" are now kno...

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Creating a Site

The first step to delivering content on the CDN is to create a Site. Here’s how it works. .lemonwhale-embed-container { position: relative; padding-bottom: 56.25%; height: 0; overflow: hidden; max-width:100%; ...

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Editing a Site

The default settings applied to each new Site enable immediate and efficient delivery of content. You can edit these settings -- the most common options are exposed to you in the simple mode of editing a Site. ...

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Editing a Site (Advanced)

You can take advantage of all the advanced configuration policies in the Advanced mode of editing a Site. Advanced configuration policies allow you to very finely tune how your content is treated and behaves ac...

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DNS Setup: CNAME Records Management

The below tutorials will walk you through the basics of connecting your domain to the CDN with whatever particular DNS provider you use to manage your DNS records. DNS must be properly configured in order for ...

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DNS Setup: ANAME Records Management

This article describes the recommended method to setup DNS for full-site acceleration when using the Highwinds CDN with an apex domain. Highwinds recommends using an ANAME or ALIAS Records as opposed to using ...

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