How can I refresh my browser's cache?
If after publishing the changes under the WEBSITE tab, the new content you have uploaded to your website still does not appear, this is usually a cache problem.
Why Should you clear or refresh your cache?
Most browsers use a storage place on your computer called a cache to stash copies of pages you have visited. Then, when you want to go back to the page, the browser pulls the page from the cache rather than getting the actual page from the actual website. The goal is to speed your internet experience, but it can cause problems. Sometimes the cache will hold an old copy of a page, or even an error message.
To force the browser to get the real page, see here the details on how you can refresh your cache for the most common browsers:
- For Firefox
- For Safari
- For Google Chrome
- For Internet Explorer
- Click on the MENU bar and select HISTORY
- Select "Clear Recent History"
- Select the time range to clear as "Everything" and under the DETAILS section, flag the option CACHE and click CLEAR NOW button.
- Select "History" from the menu bar and click on CLEAR HISTORY
- Select "All history" and click on "Clear History"
- Select the MENU bar ( 3 dots on your browsers top right hand side )
- Click on "MORE TOOLS" and then select "CLEAR BROWSING DATA"
- Select "the beginning of time".
- Flag the options you want to clean and click on CLEAR BROWSING DATA button
Internet Explorer is no longer receiving critical security updates from Microsoft, making your computer more vulnerable to attacks or viruses while using the browser.
We recommend you move to more secure and up to date browsers such as Chrome, Firefox or Safari. You can continue to access GuestCentric’s application using Internet Explorer (IE) 10*, however we will not be able to provide support for issues you may encounter while using the application on IE.
*GuestCentric’s application is not available on IE8 or IE9.