By default, full page cache is disabled. When full page cache is enabled, Cloudflare caches your pages at the network edge. This will significantly decrease the server load and will deliver your pages to your consumers more quickly, resulting in high PageSpeed score and higher page rankings on Google. When the full page cache is enabled, we also enable a series of default exceptions. Besides the default exceptions or exclusions from caching, here you can customize what you want or don’t want to be cached.
Full page cache settings
Page cache will be bypassed for the following cookies.
Page cache will be enabled for the following query parameters.
Allows you to keep the full page cache active while bypassing pages that are dynamic in their nature and their data changes quickly. You can enter the URL of the page or pages and click Save.
URL queries help you organize and find data on your websites. When the full page cache is enabled, by default, pages with URLs that have set query parameters will not be cached. In some cases, you may want or need the page with the query to be cached. To cache the page, add it in the query in the field and click Save.
If you are having issues or the cache is not working properly, first check if you are using other caching plugins or services. Turn off any other caching plugins or services, then check to see if the issue has resolved.
10Web Booster & Cloudflare cache
When using the 10Web Booster and Cloudflare, you will have two options of clearing, or purging the cache. Clearing the cache from the Settings tab of the Cloudflare Enterprise page will only clear the Cloudflare cache.
Clearing the cache from the Settings page of the 10Web Booster will clear the cache of the 10Web Booster, 10Web server, and Cloudflare. The latter will give you real time and up to date data.