For anyone who has found that the changes they’ve made to their website aren’t showing to others, or pages are missing elements, or that their site ‘looks funny’, this article will explain why.

Website caching is a powerful technique that helps improve your website's speed and performance by storing frequently accessed data temporarily. This reduces the load on your website's server and increases page load speed, resulting in a better user experience for your website visitors. If your pages' content doesn't change too often, this is great!

But, it can take up to ten hours for web visitors to see the changes you've made because of caching. So web admins need to get into the habit of clearing their cache after making changes. Clearing the cache ensures that your website's visitors see the most up-to-date content on your website.  

NAMI EasySite is in the process of switching from a plugin called WP Rocket to one called Breeze, because of conflicts in WP Rocket for the visual page builder. When you are logged into your admin panel look for either Breeze or WP-Rocket on the top, black admin bar, then click the button below and follow directions for your method to clear your cache so EVERYONE can see your changes. 

How to Clear Breeze or WP Rocket Cache
Not cached is slower...

Cached is faster!

With website caching, you can improve your website's speed and performance, but it's equally important to keep your cache time in mind and clear your cache when necessary (usually after each significant change), to ensure that your website is always up-to-date and running at its best.