I have an error "Page caching seems not working for both dynamic and static pages." when I test cache in WP admin panel

I have an error in WordPress admin panel when I click “Test cache” button:

Here is full error message:


Page caching seems not working for both dynamic and static pages.

Error on dynamic page (): Seem that your website is not behind Cloudflare. If you have recently enabled the cache or it is your first test, wait about 30 seconds and try again because the changes take a few seconds for Cloudflare to propagate them on the web. If the error persists, request support for a detailed check.

Error on static resource (wp-content/plugins/wp-cloudflare-page-cache/assets/testcache.html): Seem that your website is not behind Cloudflare. If you have recently enabled the cache or it is your first test, wait about 30 seconds and try again because the changes take a few seconds for Cloudflare to propagate them on the web. If the error persists, request support for a detailed check.

Please check if the page caching is working by yourself by surfing the website in incognito mode 'cause sometimes Cloudflare bypass the cache for cURL requests. Reload a page two or three times. If you see the response header cf-cache-status: HIT, the page caching is working well.


Domain is luxury-villa-buzios.com.
I use Super Page Cache for Cloudflare plugin and SiteGround hosting. Other sites on the same hosting don’t have any issues.

Thanks!

Hi,

Your website is caching properly… Visits to your website homepage and the path for the testcache.html are properly returning MISS in first request, and HIT in subsequent requests.

No one in this community will be able to tell why you’re getting this error message, which is not a standard feature of WordPress. The button to test cache was probably added by your caching plugin or your theme. In any case, you should reach out to their developers and ask, via Forums | WordPress.org.

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Thank you @cbrandt !

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