When you are doing a lot of editing in a website, the first thing you need to know about is refreshing the page in the browser, when you are looking at your changes in the live site.
All browsers store a lot of the information on a page locally on the user’s machine, in high speed local memory called “cache” memory. This helps the browsing to speed up for the user, so each page comes up faster to view.
The problem with this is that the page can get our of date, and still only show to old information even if you have made a change and uploaded it to the server.
Here’s a couple of descriptions to show how to either Reload/Refresh a page in a browser, or failing that, clear out the local browser cache completely.
Don’t be afraid of this, it is really easy once you have tried it once. And you REALLY need to know about this if you are editing websites. Yes, really.
These tips show you how to do it for Chrome, Internet Explorer, Safari and Firefox.