When you visit a website, your browser’s cache stores information such as the visual elements and content. The browser cache is a temporary storage location on your computer for files downloaded by your browser to display websites.
Whenever experiencing problems with a website, the first thing you do is clear your browser cache.
Sometimes, cached versions of a website can cause problems, for example when the browser does not download a fresh copy, even though the site was updated since last caching it.
Learn how to clear your browser’s cache
Visit Refresh Your Cache and select the browser you wish to clear of it’s cache and follow the prompts. This should assist with any issues you may encounter with your website.
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