Here are some ways you can try to fix your caching problem, in order of escalation:
Try holding down the Shift key while pressing the Refresh button.
Close your browser and re-open it (make sure you are NOT on the cached page) and delete your temporary Internet files (clear your cache). For instructions on clearing your cache, see the section below How to clear the cache in commonly used browsers:
Safari for Mac
Safari for Windows
Restart your computer.
Use an alternative URL for the same location. For example, if you are going to www.yourdomain.name, you might go to your IP address instead. If you don't know any alternative URLS, ask Technical Support to provide you with one. Be sure to tell them exactly which URL you are using.
Use a different browser (if you use IE, try Firefox, and vice versa).
Instructions for clearing the cache of the most common browsers are listed below. If you do not see your browser listed below, please contact your software vendor for instructions on how to clear the cache.
If none of the steps above solve the problem, check with your ISP or MIS department and make sure they are not caching it. If your ISP is caching the page and they refuse to change or refresh it, you may want to consider a new ISP. It can be very difficult to perform certain activities on the web if you can't see the current version of the page.
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