How to clear your browser Cache
A quick fix could be hitting F5 on your keyboard and refreshing the page.
What is Browser Cache?
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
How to clear Browser Cache
NOTE: Websites might take a little longer to load the first time you visit them after clearing your browser cache because your browser will need to download the files required to display the website correctly.
Open Internet Explorer and press CTRL+Shift+Delete together and a window will appear
|2||Untick all of the boxes except for "Temporary internet files and website files"|
|3||Click the "Delete" button|
|4||Restart Internet Explorer|
Open Firefox and press CTRL+Shift+Delete together and a window will appear
|2||Click the 'Details' arrow to show more information and untick all the boxes except for "Cache"|
|3||Click the 'Delete' button|
Click the 'Clear Now' button
|1||In the Safari menu bar, click 'Safari'|
Select 'Preferences' link
Click the 'Advanced' tab
Select 'Show Develop menu in menu bar'
The 'Develop' option should now be shown on the Safrai menu bar.
Select 'Empty Caches'
I've cleared my Browser Cache, what now?
Now you've successfully cleared your Browser Cache, reload the web page again. You should now find that the problem is solved!
If this doesn't work, and the page still isn't loading fully, give some connection steps a try.
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