Users need websites to load quickly, at a blink of an eye. Browsers play their part in speeding up the page loading process by caching files and content when you first visit a website and then serving from cache on subsequent visits.
However, there may be times when browsers continue to serve cache even if the actual page/content has been changed. As a result, you may encounter certain errors or continue to see older content. In such cases, clearing the cache and cookies of a browser can help.
This document discusses the steps required to clear the cache and cookies on different browsers.
- Click on the 3 vertical dots on the top right corner.
- Click on History.
- Click on Clear browsing data on the left sidebar.
- In the popup that appears, select a "time range" and the options Cookies and Other site data and Cached Images and files.
- Click on Clear data.
On Microsoft Edge
- Click on the 3 horizontal dots on the top right corner.
- Click on Settings.
- Under the Clear browsing data option, click on Choose what to clear.
- Select the checkbox Cookies and saved website data and Cached data and files.
- Click on the Clear button.
- Click on the 3 vertical lines on the top right corner.
- Click on Library and then History.
- Click on Clear Recent History.
- In the popup that appears, select a "time range" and the options Cookies, Cache, etc.
- Click on Clear Now.
- On the keyboard, press Command+Y.
- Click on Clear browser history.
- In the popup that appears, select the time range and then click on Clear History.
The keyboard shortcuts for the same are:
- For windows, "Ctrl+Shift+R"
- For Mac, "Command+Shift+E"
The above steps should clear your browser cache and cookies. However, if the issue still persists, please get in touch with our support team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Additional Resource: We might have an article that might interest you further. Check out our Contentstack CDN Cache Management doc for more information on how CDNs work, what's Cache Purging, what are the cache responses, and so on.