Support » Plugin: Flying Pages » ‘prefetch cache’ Not Working with Cloudflare?

  • Resolved stumur

    (@stumur)


    Hi Mate,

    I’m really sorry to bother you.. I’ve watched your video on how to test if the ‘prefetch cache’ thing is working, to know if I’m getting instant load pages – I’ve got a WordPress site with Cloudflare.. the element Google inspect thing only shows disk cache or memory cache, but never ‘prefetch cache’, and my pages seem to load as slowly as ever.. does that mean I’ve got it set up wrong? I’ve tried everything I can think of, having followed your instructions. Really sorry for the bother mate.

    Thanks, Stu

    The page I need help with: [log in to see the link]

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  • Plugin Author Gijo Varghese

    (@gijo)

    @stumur looks like the prefetch cache is working correctly. See the screenshot: https://imgur.com/a/hIiVHsV

    Thread Starter stumur

    (@stumur)

    Thank you Gijo. On my screen, it just shows a literal size of 67.8kb.. not sure why it shows a number and not a term like yours does!

    Plugin Author Gijo Varghese

    (@gijo)

    @stumur can you share the screenshot?

    Thread Starter stumur

    (@stumur)

    Plugin Author Gijo Varghese

    (@gijo)

    @stumur did you reach that page by clicking a link?

    Thread Starter stumur

    (@stumur)

    No. Actually, what I do is:

    Load a Google Chrome tab in Incognito mode. Then type in my site address and hit enter. Page loads then I right click for Inspect Elements, then go to the Network tab, and go from there..

    Plugin Author Gijo Varghese

    (@gijo)

    @stumur that’s not how it works. Pages are cached once you navigate through links.

    Pls watch the video or read the description of the plugin.

    Thread Starter stumur

    (@stumur)

    Thanks so much mate. I’ve watched the video ten times, and have tried everything but I don’t see the ‘prefetch cache’ thing at my end anywhere on any site page of mine, but you confirmed that you do see it at your end on my site, so it must be working and it’s obviously just that I’m a dud at this stuff that I can’t see it, and I’m sure I’m taking up way too much of your valuable time here now – sorry about that. I guess I’ll just take it for granted that it’s working – I don’t know if my customers are getting a fast loading page or not at their end, but everyone rates your plugins so highly, so I’m happy either way! 😀

    Thanks again mate, Stu.

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