Cloudflare is a popular service that offers DNS, CDN, security services, and more. It is often used by WordPress site owners to speed up and secure their websites. By default, Cloudflare automatically caches static assets like CSS, JS, and images. With a little extra work, Cloudflare can also be configured to “cache everything,” which means a static HTML copy of your website will be cached and served from Cloudflare’s extensive network of data centers around the world. In this post, you’ll learn more about Cloudflare’s “full page cache” feature, and if it’s a good option for your WordPress site.