Updating google cache
If you’re a GMail user, you’ve probably seen an update explaining that images are now on by default.
A very important piece of information, which can be used both legitimately and nefariously.Recently one of our users asked us why their Word Press website was not updating right away.Basically any changes he made to widgets or new posts would not show up on the home page right away.But it doesn’t try to answer any questions about how the image caching works, and how to get around it. To investigate how it actually works, we created some code to generate random images and send these in emails.We then measured when and how the image was retrieved from the host server. You can download the source file at the end of this post.This is what I almost always do instead of clearing the cache. This is especially frustrating when I'm working on apache/nginx configs and I'm downloading instead of viewing it.
The only way is the clear the entire cache, use incognito, or use Firefox.argh, except sometimes it doesn't work.
On this site you can find step by step guides for Chrome, Firefox 3, Firefox 2, Internet Explorer 8, Internet Explorer 7, Internet Explorer 6, Safari and more on how to refresh your cache.
Someone just told you to “force reload” your browser to fix something.
I don't know what exactly it's called, by cache refresh I mean, refresh the page after clearing its cache. I now realize it would only show when Developer tools was open.
In Firefox, I know it to be ) then you can right click on the refresh icon and select 'Empty Cache and Hard Reload' See: https://stackoverflow.com/questions/12633425/chrome-browser-reload-options-new-feature The documentation says: I would think these options would only appear when Chrome wanted to show them!
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.