Purge Cache for CloudFlare Plus

Purge Cache for CloudFlare is a premium extension of free plugin Purge Cache for CloudFlare, that provides capability to purge even more URLs from CloudFlare® cache.

Those are:

  • when post is created or edited:
    • front page
    • blog page (if it is different from front page)
    • post’s page
    • child pages
    • ancestor pages
    • sibling pages
    • all feeds (both global and post’s)
    • taxonomy terms archives
    • time archives
    • author archive
    • post type archives
    • additional (paginated) comments pages
    • additional (paginated) entry pages
  • when comment is created or edited:
    • front page
    • blog page (if it is different from front page)
    • post’s page
    • comments feeds (both global and post’s)
  • when theme, navigation menu, widget, main site options are changed:
    • front page
    • blog page (if it is different from front page)
    • all entries in all navigation menus
    • all latest posts pages as per “Posts per page” setting

You can also set your expiration header and uncachable path in admin UI.

Using

You should install and start setup for parent plugin. Then, you will see additional options for setting Purge Cache for CloudFlare.

Purge Cache for CloudFlare Plus Settings

There you can set timeout that page is in its header sending to CloudFlare that tells after how long it should revalidate its cache. Second option is for setting path that shouldn’t be cachable.

Disclosure

Purge Cache for CloudFlare Plus is in no way affiliated with CloudFlare. It is only using CloudFlare API to purge page cache of certain URLs. CloudFlare is registered trademark of CloudFlare, Inc.