Hello, after following the instructions per the docs here http://docs.sitefinity.com/use-cdn-for-your-blob-storage-providers, I was able to configure my site to use MaxCDN hosting for content delivery. I changed an image library that contains only 1 image to use the CDN blob provider, placed the image on a page by itself, and tested it. The url-CDN is being written out, however, the url that replaces the src tag on the image is using a relative path (image). Instead of http://maxcdn or simply //maxcdn, the url contains no protocol, and so our website is treating this url like a relative path, similar to "http://mysite.com/testpage/maxcdn...". I do not see any references in any of the corresponding CDN documentation regarding any form of URL rewriting and I have followed these instructions time and time again to ensure their accuracy.
Is there some sort of issue with utilizing CDN for images, or is there another option I need to set?
When I try to manually add the http:// into the generic content control the image is placed in, it is removed again upon saving (because Sitefinity does this, normal behavior). If I remove the sfref tag and add the http://, it works. We were hoping to preserve our library of images to choose from and still take advantage of the CDN, but even in the image-chooser dialog the images display suffer from the same problem above and display as broken links.
Edit: Added an image showing the 404 received from Sitefinity treating the URL like a relative path (404-relative-path.png).
Edit 2: Added image of Blob Provider CDN settings (CDN-Settings.png).