This is because--in an effort to be helpful--your web browser stores the web page information on your computer.
In the future, the web browser reloads the web page data from your computer, not from the actual site.
After refreshing the page you should see the updated content on your site!
If for any reason you’re still not seeing your updated content, just open a Live Chat (available 24/7) with our Support Team from within your User Portal, and we’re glad to help out further.
The second and most likely cause of this issue is a missing!!! To see if a caching plugin is causing this problem, you need to see if you’re using a caching plugin on your site.
↑ Table of Contents ↑ A force refresh or reload will cause the browser to re-check with the web server to make sure it has the latest copy of the web page you are viewing.
Nothing worse than looking for answers and reinventing the wheel! Sometimes your browser (specially Google Chrome) will show you a cached copy of your website instead of showing the new one.
🙂 Before we explain the solution, it’s important to understand what causes the problem first. To resolve this issue, you need to simply hit CTRL F5 (or Command R on a Mac) buttons on your keyboard to reload the page.
Next, you should look in your plugin settings to see if you can control what is cached by the Page Cache functionality.
You have figured out how to write a post, how to make a few categories, and maybe even add a plugin or two. Sometimes when you first visit a web page, it takes a while to load.