In computer lingo, the concept of cache refers to storage where data is saved for quick retrieval later when the same request is made again. The idea behind caching is to trade storage space for computing time because computing is slower and more expensive in terms of resources and power. It is generally possible to […]
Author: Hubert Nguyen
Most of the time, people who use ismypagecached notice that Cloudflare does not cache HTML content (page caching), and sometimes they are shocked! What’s going on? Is it a malfunction? Well… no. Most people don’t realize that Cloudflare does NOT cache web pages by default because page caching issues can be confusing for non-technical website […]
How To Use ismypagecached
ismypagecached is a minimalist page-caching checker tool that is super easy to use. From the main testing screen, all you need to do is enter a webpage URL and click on the “Test” button. Theres’ an optional HTML code check that you can enable if you want. If you do, the tool will also look […]
Ismypagecached is a micro-service that helps developers and website owners quickly visualize the page caching status of their website by parsing publicly visible information contained in HTTP headers and HTML content, just like a developer would. However, it can do it a lot faster and is also aware of various configurations that even developers might […]
What Are Page Caching “Layers”?
The ismypagecached testing tool can detect multiple layers of page caching, and that’s potentially a big time saver. But what are page caching layers, and why would developers or site owners look into that? Modern web hosting technology and software give webmasters plenty of options for page caching, but this flexibility can also lead to […]
Why Is Page Caching Important?
It could be tempting to neglect page caching if you have a small site, but there are very compelling reasons to use page caching, even in its simplest form. Be ready for success When you create a new site, chances are that things will start slow. At that time, performance might not be a big […]
What Is Page Caching On A Website?
Page caching is a method to reduce server-side computations when serving websites. This is not to be confused with the historical archiving of web pages like Google page caching or the Internet Wayback Machine. Modern content management systems (CMS) like WordPress and others use a powerful mix of dynamic code and database storage to create […]