Have you ever published a post or made a CSS update and then gone to the homepage and it not be there? Moved from one tab to another to find out that you’re signed in when you thought you’d signed out? Chances are good that the culprit is your cache. Given that page speed is one of the biggest factors in ranking for search, using the cache to reduce server load for our scripts and images has become just about necessary. Unfortunately, when you’re dealing with any kind of cached assets, snags occur. We want to help you get them untangled by learning how to clear your WordPress cache.
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