From time to time, WiscWeb users may experience issues with page caching, such that new edits to a page are not appearing or old edits are now reappearing. There are many factors that can contribute to page caching issues, including settings in the browser, server, and/or CDN.
If customers are having issues that appear to be cache-related and this doc does not seem to help, please escalate the ticket to the WiscWeb team for troubleshooting. Make sure that the customer includes all of the information located in the Troubleshooting Info Needed
When you experience issues with page caching, we ask that you please run through the following steps on your own first, so that we can rule out issues related to the browser:
STEP 1: Clear Browser CacheThe most common issue with page caching is that the browser cache needs to be cleared. Clearing the browser cache is different depending on which browser you are using. We suggest following the steps in this doc: Clearing Browser Cache and CookiesSTEP 2: Perform a Hard Refresh of the PageAfter the cache is cleared from the browser, we highly recommend performing a hard refresh on the page. This process will help force the browser to load the most recent version of the page.Windows/Linux: Hold down the Ctrl key and press the F5 key on the keyboardMac: Hold down Cmd and Shift keys and then press R on the keyboard
STEP 3: Restart Computer and BrowserIf you are noticing that your page cache has still not cleared, please shut down your computer and restart. Then, open a new browser session.