Thank you Sandro, thank you Dave for getting back to me on this - I really appreciate it!
For context, I read this elsewhere:
“Static hosting providers like Netlify are designed for high-performance delivery of static files. It comes with built-in CDN, including HTML.”
Since Cloudflare has the fastest CDN, I figured I might cache an entire static site with Cloudflare instead and get even better results…
Yet now Dave wrote "your entire site won’t be cached all of the time "
Why wouldn’t it be cached all the time with the Cache Everything feature? (Sorry if this is a noob question)
Is there an expiration date by which all of it - or part of it - gets deleted? How does it work in practice?
P.S. Would your answer change if it’s not a static html website but a simple Wordpress site that I am trying to cache in its entirety with CF?
(I’d fix some stuff that could brake by applying page rules as described here: https://wpspeedmatters.com/caching-html-pages-at-the-edge-using-cloudflare/ ).
The site would only be tweaked a bit once a month. So if it’s truly all cached as I thought, then the hosters speed wouldn’t matter much as Cloudflare would always provide all the speed…
Thanks again, Oliver