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How to serve Tumblr images over SSL



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    Nadav Soferman

    If your original images are available in a public web location, you can upload an image by specifying its remote HTTP URL as the 'file' parameter of our upload API method (instead of sending the actual image data). Then you can transform the original image and deliver it through a fast CDN either using HTTP or HTTP (SSL).

    Another option is to use Cloudinary's fetch URL as a prefix to any URL for dynamically transforming remote images and delivering through a CDN without previously uploading the images to Cloudinary, see the following blog post for more details:

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