In Browser Cache TTL setting, I selected “Respect Existing Setting”. What I understand is to adopt caching rules sent from my original server. It looks not always the case.
I tested in Chrome browser. From Inspect-> Network, I could find response headers. For js, woff2, css files, the header contains both etag and last-modified values. I’d like disable etag as it’s redundant. I added the following code in .htaccess file in order to disable etag directive. But it looks nothing changed in the header.
My question is,
Can I overwrite the settings of cf on browser caching? Anything I missed if yes?