- Every time a page is visited it is cached locally on their device, and it will still be accessible offline. Pages once cached are served even if the user is offline.
- Cached time will describe the browser cache page life duration after this duration cache will be deleted from the browser cache.
- If you have static pages then you can increase the time duration as per your need.
- This feature browser does not contain unused cached pages.
- The benefit of this feature browser memory processing time works fast.
- You will find this option in the WordPress Dashboard -> Navigate to PWA -> Settings -> Advance -> In this cached time option you need to set the cache time for Html and JS, CSS, JSON like below the screenshot.
- In the first field set the cache time for Html content. The default value will be 3600 seconds(1 hour); You need to enter time in seconds.
- In the second field set cache time for JS, CSS, JSON content. The default value will be 86400 in seconds(24 hours); You need to enter time in seconds.
That’s it for this tutorial!
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