I am using a gallery on my website that gets list of images from a JSON sent by a php script. So, the javascript gallery calls PHP backend and it replies with complex JSON where images are specified as object fields. These fields not necessarily include full URLs, merely a path to needed images.

I'd like to use Cloudflare and want these images to be cached there.

How I could learn whether these are cached or not, and make sure that these would be cached and not considered some sort of dynamic content?

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It is important to note that we only cache certain file extensions by default.

You can, however, use PageRules to extend CloudFlare's caching.

  • Thank you for the reply! How I can be sure that my particular files are cached? If these are not cached for some reason, how I can make them cached?
    – onkami
    Commented Jun 13, 2014 at 8:27

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