When visiting a website, a copy is stored in your browser's cache to help load future visits faster. Sometimes, changes made to a website won't display because of the cache that is stored. A hard refresh clears your browser's cache to load the most recent version of a page. 

Depending on your browser, use any of the following options to hard refresh!

Chrome 

For Windows/Linux:

  1. Hold down Ctrl and click the Reload button.
  2. Hold down Ctrl and click F5.
  3. Hold down Ctrl + Shift and click R.
  4. Open Chrome dev tools by clicking F12 and right-click Reload button. Then, click Hard Reload.

For MacOS:

  1. Hold Shift and click the Reload button.
  2. Hold down Command and Shift. Then, press R.

Firefox

For Windows/Linux:

  1. Hold down Ctrl and click F5.
  2. Hold down Ctrl + Shift and click R.

For MacOS:

  1. Hold Shift and click the Reload button.
  2. Hold down Command and Shift. Then, press R.

Internet Explorer

  1. Hold down Ctrl and click F5.
  2. Hold down Ctrl and click the Reload button.

Safari

  1. Hold down Shift and click the Reload button
  2. Hold Cmd + Option and hit R on your keyboard
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