How do I clear my cache and purge the CDN?

We offer in-house caching services to make sure your website is delivered faster, no matter where you are in the world. If your site is in production mode and you do not want to wait for the CDN to refresh, you are able to purge your cache.

Steps for setting up Automatic Cache Expiry:


  1. Login to the client area

  2. Go to ServicesMy Services

    My Services

  3. Click on View Details for CDN package

    View Details of a Service

  4. Click on Edit button for your CDN resource

    Edit CDN Resource

  5. Click on Advanced Settings option

    Advanced Settings of CDN Resource

  6. Here, you will find the option Cache Expiry

    Set Cache Expiry Limit

  7. Set cache expiry limit in seconds and click on Edit CDN Resource button


Steps for Purging CDN Cache:

  1. Login to your client area

  2. Go to ServicesMy Services

    My Services

  3. Click on View Details for CDN package

    View Details of a Service

  4. Click on Edit button for your CDN resource

    Edit CDN Resource

  5. At the bottom, under Purge, select Purge All Contents of This Site option and click on Edit CDN Resource button

    Purge All CDN Contents

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