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Sure, if you actually set the headers correctly and the browser actually retains them (recall that browsers are free to discard their caches at any time). And, if they can't be cached on the user's computer, who caches them? That's right, the CDNs. Like fast.ly. Who wrote the article.

Regardless, the small pipe on your web server isn't serving the assets.

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