Quiet sites experience more delayed sync behavior because the cache is not refreshed as frequently as on sites with regular traffic. The CDN serves up the cached version and then refreshes it in the background, allowing for a balance between fast delivery and optimal use of the CDN.
Up-to-Date Cache with Regular Traffic
If your website receives regular traffic, the content and cache remains up-to-date with the latest content from Notion. This happens because the content is refreshed on demand, meaning that if you visit a page on your website, the Content Delivery Network (CDN) will serve up the cached version to ensure quick delivery of the page. Our CDN then refreshes the page content and cache in the background.
If you refresh the page in your browser, you will see the new version of the page. This is feature of Super that strikes a balance between fast delivery of content and optimal use of the CDN, and helps keep costs and prices low. When your website receives regular traffic, this becomes invisible because the cache is kept more current.