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It depends if your PHP content is really dynamic or not (like, it has a lot for before-render queries to multiple databases or so), but usually there's no substantial difference. Usually what weights more in a website are images (you should compress, gzip and cache those, for sure), scripts and styles. Those last two you may also want to minify and/or uglify,...


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It could be a rogue cache header. Less likely is a misbehaving service worker. It might be helpful to check the HTTP cache headers for the resources that seem stuck in the cache. Also, make sure your computer is actually fetching from the right remote server - if you ever modified your hosts file to point their domain to your dev server on your local ...


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