Caching content sources

Caching content sources

You can cache--or store--sources of dynamic content in a Design Note. This lets you work on a site even if you don’t have access to the database or application server storing the sources of dynamic content. Caching may also speed up development by eliminating repeated access across a network to the database and application server.

To cache content sources:

  • Click the arrow button in the top right corner of the Bindings panel and toggle Cache in the pop-up menu.

    If you make changes to one of the content sources, you can refresh the cache by clicking the Refresh button (the circle-arrow icon) in the top right corner of the Bindings panel. (Expand the panel if you don’t see the button.)

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