Disable caching?

I change css on my website, but the changes do not reach the browser.
Do I need to disable caching in Cloudflare? how to do it?

CSS files, as most static files, are cached by default by Cloudflare. So if you change the content AND do not change the name of the file, you’d need to purge that file from Cloudflare’s cache. (As well as from your local cache, if that’s the case). You can purge the individual file, or all cached files, by visiting Dashboard > Caching > Configuration:

https://dash.cloudflare.com/?to=/:account/:zone/caching/configuration

can I completely and permanently disable caching for only one site?

You can create a Page Rule matching the URL

example.com/*

with a setting:

Cache Level: Bypass

That would disable caching for any URL starting with example.com.

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