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18 Jul 2019
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How to Make Sure the Files are Cached Correctly

When you activate ArvanCloud CDN for your website, ArvanCloud headers are added to your website pages and you can see these values in your browser tab. You can also curl one of your static girls and see the ar-cache header. curl -I https://www.arvancloud.com/en/ The command’s result will be like this: If…

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17 Jul 2019
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List of Default Extensions and Static Files

The list of web files and static extensions that ArvanCloud caches by default are mentioned here:  jpg  jpeg  gif  txt  css  ico  wbmp  tiff  tif  png  webp  svgz  svg  bmp  jng  ps  pdf  doc  js  woff  xls  m3u8  rtf  ai  eps  kmz  kml  wmlc  ppt  eot  pm  pl  ear  war  jar…

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17 Jul 2019
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List of default Extensions and Dynamic Files

Web files and default dynamic extensions of ArvanCloud include:  atom  xml  shtml  htm  html  hqx  xspf  xhtml  json  rss  pdb  prc  jnlp  jardiff  cco  der  tk  tcl  sit  sea  jad  mml  xpi  crt  pem  htc  wml  war  jar When your account setting is on “permanent access mode”, Arvan only caches your…

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17 Jul 2019
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Investigating ArvanCloud Cache Responses

The ar-cache response header is used to make sure that the website’s resources are cached in ArvanCloud edge servers. The phrase present in this header indicates caching status . This article discusses the possible states of this header . Various Caching States and their Meaning After activating the ArvanCloud content distribution…

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16 Jul 2019
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Best ArvanCloud CDN Service Settings for WordPress

Your entire wordpress website’s contents will be saved in ArvanCloud edge servers for 30 minutes by default after activating the ArvanCloud CDN service for your website. It is sometimes necessary, however, for the content of some sections of the website to not be cached, or in another case, cached for more…

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16 Jul 2019
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Customized ArvanCloud Error Codes

While using ArvanCloud services, the user encounters ArvanCloud specific error in certain circumstances that each indicate a problem or rule violation. This article discusses these specific errors and when they occur. Firewall Error – Error Code 481 While defining rules in the firewall section of the ArvanCloud panel, users will encounter…

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16 Jul 2019
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Investigating the Browser Caching Concept

Browser Caching is saving some (or all) of a website’s resources on the user’s browser and not receiving them with every visit to the website. The browser saves these resources in its local cache for a specific period of time. Depending on caching policy, the browser should send a request to…

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16 Jul 2019
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What is the ArvanCloud Error and How Can it be Resolved?

One of the errors that users of ArvanCloud accelerated and secured websites may encounter is the “website main server” out of access error. This error message indicates that the main server is temporarily unavailable . ArvanCloud displays this message as the default when the original server returns one of the 500,…

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16 Jul 2019
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Testing a Website on the Main Server without Turning off the Cloud Icon

After activating the ArvanCloud content distribution network or CDN, the cloud icon in the user panel will turn on for your website. When this icon turns on, the address for your website’s main host server will be hidden behind ArvanCloud servers, and the response to checking the website with its name…

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15 Jul 2019
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How to Speed Test Websites

A website’s load time is a very important factor for attracting an audience and succeeding as an Internet-based business. Faster loading speeds and shorter website load times improve search engine rankings, increase conversion rates, reduce bounce rates and improve the user experience. Speed tests are performed to simulate website performance in…

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