Creating Purge Request
In this tutorial, you will learn how to create a purge request from the console. To explain the purge cache:
Clear the cached files to force CloudFlare to get a new version of this server from your web server. You can clean your pictures by selecting them.
For example, you uploaded an image you previously named 'test.jpg' to the console and then deleted it. When you want to upload a new, different image and if the new image you want to upload is named 'test.jpg', the previous image will be shown to you because the image you have previously uploaded to the console is cached. You should create a purge request to prevent this situation.
For creating a purge request: first, click on the Storage tab which is in the middle of the navigation bar and then click on the storage manager.
Scroll down to see your images. Look at the name of the image or folder that you want to purge from CDN cache, then click 'Create Purge Request' which is under the Functions tab.
Enter the path/to/image or path/to/folder/ here and click 'Create Request'.
To check the state of your purge request, go to the top of the page and click 'Storage' again from the navigation bar. Then click on the 'Purge' button.
Here, you can see the status of your purge request.