Support » Plugin: Cloudflare » Cloudflare cache is not purging Elementor CSS when saving edits

  • adaldesign

    (@adaldesign)


    First off, thank you for the great plugin and awesome service provided by Cloudflare!

    I wanted to share a rather important issue I’m having. To replicate it, please follow these steps:

    1. Install Elementor (pro in my case, but not necessary)
    2. Publish and then Edit a page using Elementor
    3. Make changes to the published page using Elementor and then Save
    4. Visit the page at it’s real URL

    You will see errors in the layout and styling. The reason being that Elementor generates a CSS file for each page based on the edits you did. Whenever you save, it updates that CSS file. However this doesn’t seem to trigger a cache purge in Cloudflare, so one has to manually purge the cache for the entire website (or Network in case of WPMU) in order to see the proper design with latest styles.

    It would be great if the plugin could purge the page’s Elementor-generated CSS file upon Save!

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