Updating content on web page
If you are encountering this problem, then continue reading to learn how to fix this issue.
If you don’t like the video or need more instructions, then continue reading. Sometimes your browser (specially Google Chrome) will show you a cached copy of your website instead of showing the new one.
Before we explain the solution, it’s important to understand what causes the problem first. To resolve this issue, you need to simply hit CTRL F5 (or Cmd R in Mac) buttons on your keyboard to reload the page.
The second and most likely cause of this issue is poorly configured Word Press caching plugin.
Type in text in an existing text box by clicking on the box and begin typing. Drag the picture to the desired location using your mouse.
Add new text by clicking on the "Text" button by dragging the text box to the desired location with your mouse. Click "Preview" to see how your web page looks while you are working on it. Check the web page that you want to update, and click "Edit".
To see if a caching plugin is causing this problem, you need to see if you’re using a caching plugin on your site.
If it does, then this means you need to setup your cache plugin correctly.
While you can still view the single post by clicking on the view post link from the Word Press admin area, you are unable to see it on the main page.
Another common symptom of this issue is that changes made to Word Press widgets do not show up right away on the homepage.
We have simple step by step tutorials to setup W3 Total Cache and WP Super Cache plugins on your Word Press site.
They are both great plugins, but we like to use W3 Total Cache with Max CDN on WPBeginner.