In this article, we will explain how to clear the cache of your web browser, including Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, and Microsoft Edge.
Your browser cache is very helpful when it comes to page loading speed and reducing bandwidth consumption however, it can be troublesome when you are trying to fix something on your website.
Our Support agents will often ask you to clear your browser cache in order to observe the changes they have made for you.
Note: You can clear your browser cache on any browser by pressing CTRL + F5.
Clearing your browser's cache helps with a majority of cases and as a general rule of thumb, it should be the first thing you do after implementing changes.
Please check the following videos to learn how to clear your browser cache;
Clear your cache on Google Chrome
Clearing your cache on Chrome can also be done by pressing CTRL + F5. Additionally, you can try viewing new changes to your website by using Chrome's 'Incognito Mode' by pressing CTRL + SHIFT + N.
The official guide for clearing your Chrome cache is also available.
Clear your cache on Mozilla Firefox
Aside from clearing your cache with CTRL + F5, you can try Firefox's 'Private Mode' by pressing CTRL + SHIFT + P to also view changes.
You may also read the official guide for clearing your Firefox cache.
Clear your cache on Microsoft Edge
You can also read Microsoft's official guide for clearing your Edge cache.
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