Does CDN77 cache and deliver dynamic content?
Currently CDN77 delivers only static content. Static content refers to content which has not been modified or processed and the same file is then delivered to each client.
An example of static content includes; images, videos, .js, .css, gifs and plenty of other similar file formats.
It is important to note that if you are delivering static content which has metadata attached (for example query strings or set cookies) there may be issues with caching and further delivery by the CDN. As the CDN caches files based on the absolute path, files which differ per request may be categorised as dynamic. If you have this option set, you may bypass it by clicking on the “Other Settings” tab for a specific CDN Resource and tick “Ignore Query Strings” and/or “Ignore Set Cookies”.