I’'ve read both the [Common Issue] How does Netlify’s CDN handle caching files? topic and Better Living Through Caching post and I’ve left with a simple question:
Does both HTML and CSS, JS, and images share the same cache headers (max-age=0, must-revalidate, public)?
Reading other posts about caching, I’ve had the impression Netlify set a different cache policy for HTML (a shorter one) than the rest. But inspecting how all they were being loaded, I’ve noticed they all share the same one.
And since Gatsby (at least the starter that I am using) creates a new hash for CSS, JS, and image files when they are modified, would it be ok to set their max-age to a high value?