When you visit a webpage, your web browser will often store some of the website’s files on your computer or device. Then, next time you visit the same webpage, your browser doesn’t need to download all the files again, because it already has some files stored on your computer or device’s cache that it can load immediately. This helps load your webpages faster and it’s normally a good thing.
However, sometimes we need to make changes to your website’s system files, so your web browser may not be showing you the latest version of your website’s design. Typically web browsers will discard these old cached files after a few days and download fresh files.
If we’ve suggested you clear your web browser’s cache, it’s because we want to make sure you’re seeing the latest version of your website.
Here are step-by-step instructions for different browsers: