Author: Christopher Maiorana
You may not know much about your cache. And really, you don’t want to know about your cache. When it comes to your website, caching should be a set-it-and-forget-it operation. A cache is typically defined as an inaccessible storage location.
In this sense, “inaccessible” is quite true; you will never need to access your web cache, but it will work independently if set up correctly.
No one who visits your site will know whether or not they are looking at a cached page; they will only be enjoying a faster user experience.