Why do I need to clear my browser cache?
Your browser saves certain files and settings after downloading them for later use. This makes websites and pages load much faster and reduces the amount of data that you use while you browse the web. The browser might save these files for days or even weeks depending on the settings sent by your webserver.
Sometimes when you make a change to a website or web app such as a Flipbook, your browser might not check online and just use the old data it has. Therefore, the new changes will not be seen. So, clearing this cached data helps refresh your browser so you can see the changes.
Look below for instructions on how to clear your own browser.
Google Chrome (Windows and MacOS)
1/ For Google Chrome you can use the keyboard shortcut to open the Clear browsing data page.
CTRL SHIFT DELETE on Windows
CMD SHIFT BACKSPACE on Mac
Check the box beside Cached images and files.
Optionally you can check Cookies and other site data, this occasionally helps other issues you may experience.
2/ Check the box beside Cached images and files. Optionally you can check Cookies and other site data, this occasionally helps other issues you may experience.
3/ Then click Clear data
Apple Safari (MacOS)
1/ For Safari on MacOS you can use the Clear History option from the Application menu.
2/ In the dialog that opens, click Clear history.
Microsoft Edge (Windows)
1/ For Edge you can use the shortcut CTRL SHIFT DELETE. This will open the Clear browsing data page.
2/ On the page that opens you can then check the box beside Cached data and files.
3/ Then click Clear
1/ Open Chrome on your Mobile or Tablet.
2/ Tap More > Settings
3/ Under advanced, click Privacy > Clear browsing data
4/ Check the box beside Cached images and files
5/ Tap Clear data
1/ For Safari on mobile open the Settings app
2/ Select Safari
3/ Scroll down and select Clear History and Website Data
4/ Then confirm your action