Each time you visit a website, your browser will store bits of data (images, text, styling, etc) about that website on your computer, which helps websites load faster the next time you visit them. This is known as browser caching. While this is wonderful in the long term to improve the performance of your website, it can sometimes prevent us from seeing new changes.
For example, if you applied a new color under the Design tab and it's still showing the previously selected color after refreshing your page, it's due to browser cache.
If you notice this happening, please try clearing your cache by following the guides below:
- Internet Explore
- Microsoft Edge
- On most desktop browsers, you can also hold down the Shift key and click on the Refresh icon of your browser to clear the cache of just the current page you are on.