How To Flush your CloudFlare Cache

To manage CloudFlare Caching begin by logging into the AlpineWeb Customer Backroom:

Once logged in navigate as follows:

  1. Services > My Services

  2. In the Product/Service list, click on the Manage button for the CloudFlare Account you would like to manage.

  3. Click on Manage CloudFlare

  4. Select Caching from the top navigation.

  5. In the Caching tab you will have several choices:

    • Caching Level: Lets you choose how aggresive you want to use caching.

    • Browser Cache Expiration: The length of time CloudFlare instructs a visitor's browser to cache files. During this period, the browser loads the files from its local cache, speeding up page loads.

    • Purge Cache (Individual Files): You can purge the cache of any single URL.

    • Purge Cache (All Files): This will purge the cache for all files of your website.
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