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Unless you see changes you have made to your site, you may need to clear the aache. Occasionally, when you update your contents via SFTP or the WordPress Admin Dashboard, your changes may not be applied immediately when you view the Web site. This is because our web site is doing what it's supposed to do - temporarily store the contents of your web site to make it loading quicker.
In most cases, this can be fixed by emptying the website memory! For the first and most thorough way to clear the site of your website from your web browser store, see your WordPress Admin Dashboard. It deletes all levels of caching: general site and object and CDN caches ( if you are using CDN). You can also clear the site with the second way, which is in the user portal of your Web site.
On the user portal, browse to the enviroment for which you want to clear the aache. Click Tools in the menu on the right of the overview page of the surroundings and browse to the section called Cadache Option. Choose the Clear Café icon in this area. As a result, the page-coaching level of your website is deleted. Notice that the Object or CDN level will not be deleted if you use either level.
Whilst the Clean All Caches feature in your WordPress Admin Dashboard is preferable as it deletes all levels of your WordPress Admin Dashboard, sometimes problems with your website's login credentials may cause problems with your credentials, or access to the user portal may simply be more comfortable at this point. For whatever reasons, don't hesitate to use this feature to clear your website's web site as well!
Once you have cleared your site's web page memory box, clear your browser's memory box and update the page as well. Once the page is refreshed, you should see the refreshed contents on your website! If, for any reasons, you still can't see your upgraded contents, simply open a 24/7 chat with our support team in your user portal, and we'll be happy to help you.