Moreover, the CDN removes some load from your site and instead requests files located on an external server. Usually, this separation translates into more responsive search interfaces.
The Coveo for Sitecore Hive CDN base URI is
Using Local Resources
If you want to use the local files in your Sitecore instance instead of the ones from the CDN, you must add a data source to your Coveo Search Resources rendering.
Switching Between the CDN and Local Files
In the Content Editor, create a new search page or select an existing one. Open it in the Experience Editor.
You first need to set a data source for the Coveo Search Resources rendering. If it already has a data source, you can skip this step.
Find the Coveo Search Resources rendering, which is usually located at the bottom of the page.
Select the Coveo Search Resources rendering to display its floating toolbar.
In the floating toolbar, select Change associated content.
In the configuration window, select Create New Content.
Select the parent item for your data source and click OK.
With the Coveo Search Resources rendering selected, in the floating toolbar, select the Edit the rendering’s data source option.
In the data source options dialog:
major.minorformat, as in the example below.
/Coveo/Hiveunless you enter another one in the Resources local path field.
If a situation requires you to load one resource locally and the other from the CDN, you need to edit the