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You can purge a single file from cache by going to the CloudFlare settings for the domain. Please go to: settings->CloudFlare Settings->Cache Purge->Purge Single File->Enter in the URL of the file to purge. Note -- wildcards are not supported with sing...
You have a choice of purging resources individually, or invalidating all resources at once from your cache. HOW DO I PURGE EVERYTHING FROM THE CACHE? We strongly recommend using single file purge instead of full cache purge in most situations. Purgin...
Development Mode temporarily allows you to temporarily suspend CloudFlare's edge caching and minification features. Development mode is useful if you are making changes to cacheable content (like images, css, or JavaScript) and would like to see those c...
A Content Delivery Network or CDN [https://www.cloudflare.com/features-cdn] is designed to cache the static content [https://support.cloudflare.com/hc/en-us/articles/200172516-What-file-extensions-does-CloudFlare-cache-for-static-content-] on sites throug...
CloudFlare's CDN [https://www.cloudflare.com/features-cdn] caches the following types of static content by extension for all account types by default: * css * js * jpg * jpeg * gif * ico * png * bmp * pict * csv * doc * pdf * p...
There are some very good reasons for using a Content Delivery Network or CDN [https://www.cloudflare.com/features-cdn] on your site. The key ones are: USER EXPERIENCE: If your site loads faster for your site's visitors, then it is more likely that they w...