Ever notice that the first time a website loads it is slow but after that, the page loads faster? Websites use a number of ways to store information so that pages load faster. Most images do not change very often so browsers store them for the next time you visit a site. The style options are often stored in a file which can also be stored.
This temporary storage is called "Caching". While it is good for speeding up sites, it can also mean that you are seeing a cached version of a site, rather than the most recent changes. So occasionally the cache needs to be cleared.
Clearing your Site's Cache
Our site uses a built in caching system that stores a version of each page the first time it is seen, so that the next viewers get a faster loading site. This makes our whole system operate faster.
Any logged in owner of a site does not see cached pages. And every time you save a change to a post or page, it automatically clears the cache and creates a new one.
However, sometimes you will need to clear your site's cache. To do this, visit the backend of your site and look in the very upper right corner for a button that says 'Clear Cache'.
Clearing your Browser's Cache
Always be sure to refresh your browser to view any changes/additions. If changes still are not appearing, make sure you saved the settings or page you were editing.
As a final resort, you may need to clear your browser's cache, especially when updating images or galleries.
Each browser has a slightly different way of clearing its cache. But it is probably in the Properties or Options menu.