When you visit a web site, your browser downloads and stores -- i.e., caches -- certain site files to your local hard drive. When you access the site a second time, your browser displays these cached files to speed up the loading process.
Sometimes when a change is made to your blog, your browser uses the older cached files to display content. Clearing the cache forces the browser to display the current content.
- Head to Refreshyourcache.com.
- Select your browser.
- On the next page, choose your operating system by clicking the corresponding tab:
- Follow the instructions to clear your cache.
- Refresh the blog page.
If your blog updates are still not displaying, contact LexBlog.