A quick fix could be hitting F5 on your keyboard and refreshing the page.
Your browser cache is a temporary storage location in your PC that contains files that are downloaded by your browser in order to display websites.
These files include any documents that make up a website such as:
- HTML files
- CSS style sheets
- Graphical images
- Multimedia content
Clear your browser cache
- Open Google chrome and press Ctrl+Shift+Delete together
- Select a time range and uncheck all the boxes except for 'Cached images and files'
- Open Microsoft Edge and press Ctrl+Shift+Delete together
- Select a time range and uncheck all of the boxes except for 'Cached images and files'
- Open Firefox and press Ctrl+Shift+Delete together
- Select a time range and uncheck all the boxes except for 'Cache'
- In the Safari menu bar, click 'Safari'
- Select 'Preferences' and click the 'Advanced' tab
- Check the 'Show Develop menu in menu bar' box
- Click the 'Develop' tab and select 'Empty Caches'
- On the Chrome menu bar, click the 'Chrome' option
- Select 'Clear browsing data'
- Select the time range and check 'Cookies and other site data' and 'Cached images and files'
Now you've successfully cleared your browser cache, reload the web page again. If this doesn't work, and the page still isn't loading fully, give some connection steps a try.
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