There are times when recent changes to a website aren't displaying in your browser because it has already loaded an older version of that page's scripts and data.

Particularly when linking a custom domain, you may need to perform a hard browser refresh in order to see the latest update. This simply clears your browser's cache and forces it to re-load all the scripts and data at a URL.

Perform a hard refresh on Mobile:

Chrome

  • Android: Tap on the ... in the upper right corner. Select Settings, press Site Settings, and then Data Stored. Find your URL and press Clear & Reset.

  • iOS: Tap on the ... at the bottom right corner. Select History, press Clear browsing data, select the check box for Cookies, Site Data, and Cached Images and Files.

Safari

  • Open your device's Settings app. Choose Safari, tap Advanced, then Website Data. Find your URL and tap Edit to remove stored data.

Perform a hard refresh on Desktop:

Google Chrome

  • Windows: hold down Ctrl and then press F5 on your keyboard

  • Mac: hold down Cmd and Shift and then press R on your keyboard

Firefox

  • Windows: hold down Ctrl and then press F5 on your keyboard

  • Mac: hold down Command, Shift and R

Safari

  • Go to Safari > Empty Cache, or hit Opt + Cmd + E.

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