I am hosting my website on Netlify since a little while and with a redesign I deployed yesterday I noticed that the header image is not cached. So on every single page load, that header image is fetched again.
This is the website: https://mixedcase.nl
Now, when I go to Apps page for example, I can see that the images in the website content are served through the CDN. I also enabled asset optimization so I assume they are also optimized and all that. I enabled the same thing for the CSS file, but it’s still serving the same old non-minified CSS file. It’s not served from the CDN either. And the background image that’s included via the CSS file is not served from CDN either, and doesn’t have any caching headers or anything.
The source of the website can be found here: https://github.com/kevinrenskers/mixedcase.nl. It’s a static site generated with a Python library. It’s pure HTML, no JS, no React, etc.