Yes, but only if you change the theme or hit publish after making site-wide changes using WordPress’ built-in Customizer. In both cases, all pages AND static assets will return CF Cache Status: EXPIRED in the first subsequent visit.
When changes are made to specific posts, only that post URL is purged (assuming it was cached with Cache Everything) and returns a MISS.
What the OP seems to be experiencing is that after making changes to specific posts he’s seeing EXPIRED on all pages.
One possibility is that @geekworkscool is using a WordPress theme that invokes somehow the hook for the customizer (customize_save_after) whenever he modifies a page.
By calling the following hooks, the plugin will purge specific cache URLs:
autoptimize_action_cachepurged // for compatibility with the Autoptimize WordPress plugin
By calling the following hooks, the plugin will purge the entire site cache on Cloudflare:
Yeah, that description is a bit unclear. Browsing the plugin code, I’ve found this part that contains two functions related to cache purging. The first is purgeCacheByRevelantURLs(), the second being getPostRelatedLinks(). That one will check the database for taxonomies (categories, tags), author pages, feeds etc that are referenced by the post to be purged.
So I’m guessing what they mean by “all associated URLs” are these taxonomies, feeds etc related to any given post or page. But for instance if you delete a page that is linked to by a menu, and that menu is on all pages, the plugin won’t purge all pages until you go to the Customizer and update the menu itself, at which point the customize_save_after hook is triggered.
Found out, what causing the issue… it is not cloudflare plugin… It’s a cahce plugin that i was using… removed the integration has between cache and cloudflare. (only did api authentication part of the plugin instead of completing the integration and manually did settings by myself what cache plugin recommended ) Its working well now.
Cloudflare plugin only showing Miss for the page that updated. as for other pages it was showing HIT as it should be.
The thing is once a post is updated or new post is created, cache-headers are not showing for that post page . And i guess for .html part of the post.
So, i have to purge the page, and only after that creating fresh new cache, the cache-headers are appearing.