Aggregate (Blog) Pages Not Updating on Post Publish or Update

Aggregate pages list other posts/pages like a catalog. In some cases, these aggregate pages (like blog pages) might not get automatically optimized when one of the posts/pages (like individual blog posts) is edited, or a new onŠµ is published.
 
This happens when the aggregate page type is something different from "archive". A typical example is the "page" or "category" type.
 
You can find the type by inspecting the page's HTML with your browser's developer tools.
 
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You can also see the page type in the Optimizations menu in your NitroPack account.
 
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If you find an aggregate page with a type different from "archive", please note that it must be changed to "archive" for NitroPack to recognize a new post and clear the page's cache.
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