In order to see our refreshed site and ensure that all elements are loading correctly, in some cases it is necessary to clear cached data that the browser stores.
- From the “Menu” button in the upper-right corner of the Chrome window, choose the 3 lined menu button at the top right and select “More Tools” > “Clear browsing data…“.
- A new popup screen will appear with your history information
- Select “beginning of time” in the drop down and select the following options:
- Delete cookies and other site and plug-in data
- Cached images
- Hhosted app data
- Click the Firefox menu in the top left and select the "History" > "Clear Recent History"
- Select “Everything” from the time range to clear dropdown and select the following:
- Click Clear Now
- Click the settings icon at the top right
- Hover over safety and select Delete Browsing History
- Select the following options:
- Temporary Internet files and website files
- Cookies and website data
- Click Delete
- If you haven’t done so already, choose to show the optional Develop menu by going to Safari menu in the upper left corner, choose Preferences > Advanced > check “Show Develop menu in menu bar”, then close out of Preferences
- Go to Develop on the main Safari menu bar and click Empty Caches
- Wait a few seconds and the Safari web caches will be cleared completely, allowing fresh web content to be pulled from the remote web servers without having any local cache serving for that session
- Note: There is no confirmation or alert dialog notifying the user that Safari browser caches have been cleared or emptied, it simply happens behind the scenes.