In our previous blog post, “How to refresh browser, web page,” we talked about how to refresh you browser in order for users to see changes to a website.
“When we make changes to a clients’ website, they often don’t see the changes right away. This is because their browser (Internet Explorer, Firefox, Chrome, etc.) has cached web pages. When a browser caches a web page, it stores a local copy on the visitor’s computer. This speeds up the page load time so the visitor can view the information faster when they visit the page again.”
If you don’t immediately see changes made to the website, you may have to go the extra step of clearing your browser cache and cookies in addition to refreshing your web page.