Everything you need to know about website cachingRegular price £0.00 Sale price£4.99
Website caching is a technique used to store a copy of a webpage or website on a user's device in order to reduce the amount of data that needs to be downloaded from the server each time the user accesses the site. By caching a webpage, a browser can quickly load the cached version of the page instead of requesting the entire page from the server, which can save time and improve the user experience.
There are several different types of caching that can be used on a website, including browser caching, server-side caching, and content delivery network (CDN) caching. Understanding how website caching works, the benefits it can provide, and the different options available can help website owners and developers optimise the performance of their sites.
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