What is the cache and when do you need to clear it?Caching solutions store a static version of your website. This allows WordPress to skip running the heavier PHPscripts and improves your website performance. There are many different types of caching solutions available. The most popular ones are WordPress caching plugins like WP Super Cache and W3 Total Cache.These plugins offer an easy to use interface for controlling what to cache when to expire cached content and cleaning up cache on demand.The purpose of caching is to speed up your website and improve the overall user experience. However, sometimes this causes you to not see the changes you make right away which can be frustrating. In that case, you will need to clear caches to see your changes.
Step 1. Clear your Browser Cache
Step 2. Clear your Cache in your WordPressCaching Plugin
If you are using a WordPress caching plugin on your site, then you need to clear your plugin cache. Most caching plugins allow you to easily do that from the plugin’s settings page.
How to clear cache in WP Super Cache.
WP Super Cache is the most popular WordPress caching plugin. It allows you to clean or purge all cached content with a single click.You need to visit Settings » WP Super Cache page and click on ‘Delete Cache’ button.
That's all there is to it! WP Super Cache will now delete all of its cached files.
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