I have read various postings about your caching and about asset optimization, but am still a little confused about the best way to handle it. I create simple, low traffic Bootstrap sites, and I don’t use a CMS or program like Gatsby or Hugo. I instead use a website builder such as Bootstrap Studio and Mobirise. An example site is https://www.mlcoders.com .
I only update each site a few times a month at most, and the images (which are loaded using relative path name) rarely change. Do I need to do anything to make it so your system caches the assets? I know your CDN does not really cache long term like a traditional CDN does, but your headers seem to accomplish that same goal. But when I view the source code for my site in my browser, I don’t see that you added any caching headers?
Also, for sites like mine, is there any reason not to use your Asset Optimization?
My overall goal is to cache as much as possible so I don’t go over the Netlify bandwidth limit.