Disregarding the huge advantages of CDNs, it would be really great if the Webflow project settings allowed to:
1) disable the call to ajax.googleapis.com completely and instead serve the fonts from uploads-ssl.webflow.com (or allow to add them manually via CSS, base64 encoded)
2) load jQuery from uploads-ssl.webflow.com instead of code.jquery.com (or even allow to disable it if it is not used)
3) load html5shiv.(min).js from uploads-ssl.webflow.com instead of Cloudflare
4) load placeholders.(min).js from uploads-ssl.webflow.com instead of Cloudflare
Reasons why I put this on the wishlist:
- To comply with EU-GDPR, those responsible for running a website hosted on webflow have to make sure that any third party that may come in contact with personal data (and according to the ECJ, this includes IP addresses as well) have a DPA in effect with the website owner. Webflow already offers such a DPA. So do Google and Cloudflare, but jQuery.com for example does not.
- Furthermore, in some cases the access to certain CDNs like code.jquery.com may be blocked, like in China.
- If you use custom webfonts and a generic fallback, you don't need to load all the Open Sans variants that are being loaded by default
Thank you for your consideration! :-)