If you want to disable caching on specific files or directories, there’s an easy way to do it without having to disable the entire cache.
Just go to: CloudProxy Dashboard > Settings > Performance and you will see the option Non-Cache URLs.
There, just add the full address of the directory or files you want to avoid caching.
This feature will work with any existing caching mode.
Sucuri CloudProxy have special caching rules for images, .css, .js, .pdf, .txt, .mp3 and a few more extensions that are stored on their “edge”. The only way to flush (clear) the cache for these is by clearing CloudProxy’s cache
Due to Sucuri’s caching of JS and CSS files, often, as is best practice, the use of versioning during development will ensure updates going live as expected. This is done by adding a query string such as “?ver=123.1” and incrementing (such as ?ver=123.2) on each update.