- Clearing Server-Side Cache (Method 1)
- Clearing Server-Side Cache (Method 2)
- Purging Cloudflare CDN
To increase performance, site content is cached on the web server. We call this the server-side cache. If AmeriCommerce's Cloudlfare integration is enabled for your site, static content will also be cached on Cloudflare's CDN. If you've made recent changes to products, categories, themes, widget, etc and noticed that these changes are not reflecting on the front-end of the site, this could be due to caching. If so, clearing the server-side cache and purging the CDN will cause the most recent updates to be displayed.
Clearing Server-Side Cache (Method 1)
To clear the application's server-side cache, login to the dashboard and click Tools > Clear Cache:
Note: this method requires software version 2018.1.1322.3+. If you do not see this option under tools, you can submit a support ticket requesting a software update, or use method 2 to clear the server-side cache.
Clearing Server-Side Cache (Method 2)
The application's server-side cache can also be cleared by browsing to the following URL (replacing yourdomain with your store's domain):
Pro-Tip: Create a browser bookmark to make this easier in the future.
Purging Cloudflare CDN
If AmeriCommerce's Cloudflare integration has been enabled on you're site, there will also be an option to Purge CDN under Tools. Click this link to Purge the CDN: