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Why am I still getting Browser cache TTL warnings

FlyingPress automatically adds browser cache TTL to all static files, allowing them to be cached in the browser for a long time. You'll see this in Google PageSpeed Insights as "Serve static assets with an efficient cache policy."

However, we can only add these browser cache TTL headers if your web server is Apache, LiteSpeed, or OpenLiteSpeed. If your web server is Nginx, you'll have to contact your hosting provider or manually edit the config file.

Note that it's not possible to change the cache policy of 3rd party scripts or resources.

Updated on: 22/03/2024

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