Hi! It’s just a question. I’m wondering if files from different domains are also being cached.
For example, I own
example.com, so I added it to my account and contents inside (like example.com/orange.png) is being cached and served by CF (usual behaviour).
Now, let’s say, inside my index.html I’m also serving external content, like
Will this “grape.png” be also cached and served from CF?
It won’t, unless of course that domain is on Cloudflare too.
After writing this comment I realized that resources are being individually requested by browser, so answer is not. However, how about if I set a cname to serve it? Like CNAME
other-example.com? More specific (it might not be the best example), I want Cloudfront to work together with Cloudflare. So, I can map with a CNAME (for example)
cdn.example.com. Then, URLs will be served like
cdn.example.com/grape.png, that will be resolving to
f43f43f43.cloudfront.com/grape.png, that will be resolving to
example.com/grape.png, that will be served by Cloudflare cache. Is this mechanism possible?
If you point a record of your domain to that other server and that other server still answers under your domain, that would be part of your domain and hence cached.
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