Also, worth knowing that if you have regular traffic to your site, the cache stays more up to date as it is also refreshed on demand. So for example, if you visit a page of your site the CDN will serve up the cached version, so you get quick delivery of the page. Then it refreshes the page cache in the background. So if you refresh the page in your browser, you might then see the new version of the page. This is a feature of Super that allows a balance between fast delivery of content and optimal use of the CDN to keep our costs and prices low. Once you have regular traffic to your site, this phenomenon becomes invisible because the cache is kept more current because of page demand.