After you create a site, you can use this document to view configuration options for your newly created site.
A site is your access to configuration options for your websites.
You can use a site to manage how StackPath pulls content from your origin and delivers content to your users.
To access these settings:
- In the StackPath Control Portal, in the left-side navigation, click Sites.
- Locate and select the desired site.
- In the left-side navigation, review the sections under Sites.
Review CDN and WAF site settings
This section allows you to:
You can use this section to view your site's usage per service.
You can use this section to configure your site's origin settings.
You can also use this section to view and add delivery domains that StackPath use to recognize requests.
You can use the CDN section to configure the following features:
You can use WAF section to configure your WAF to allow
You can use the Firewall section to create rules to allow or block specific traffic type.
You can use the EdgeSSL section to upload, request, and manage the SSL certificate for your site.
You can use a custom SSL certificate or obtain a free certificate from StackPath.
Additionally, you can enable a force HTTPS connection to have the CDN apply an automatic redirect to HTTPS.
You can use the EdgeRules section to configure behavior for the traffic that comes to your website via the CDN.
EdgeRules allow you to set conditional triggers to give the CDN control over specific actions, such as redirects, caching behavior, and more.
To learn more about EdgeRules, see: