How To Clear Your WPHubSite WordPress Website Cache

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There are several different cache levels at play in every WPHubSite WordPress website. This is a huge benefit in most cases but occasionally for you, the owner of a WPHubSite website, it may require you to clear the cache in order to see changes when you’re editing.

The cache boosts the speed of your website significantly for all users of your website. That means better conversions, happier users, and a better experience. Unfortunately, it can lead to interesting behavior for you when editing pages using the Site Builder.

There are three different levels of cache that may cause issues. It’s recommended that you try them in this order and testing between each one.

  1. Browser cache (on your computer)
  2. Site Builder cache (clears the Site Builder cache, server cache, and Cloudflare)
  3. Server cache (on the WPHubSite servers)
  4. CDN cache if you’ve connected your website to Cloudflare (Starter & Pro plans only)

The first one you are in full control of and must clear yourself. Every browser is different so if you would like to clear your browser’s cache, please contact us and let us know what browser you have and we’ll help you out.

The other cache’s you can clear can all be done from your WPHubSite website. These instructions will help you with each one. Make sure you log into your WPHubSite WordPress admin dashboard so you can clear each cache.

Clear the Site Builder Cache

The Site Builder cache helps speed up pages by taking each page built with Site Builder and creating an optimized version for faster page speed.

The clear cache option in Site Builder will also attempt to clear the cache of the server and Cloudflare. Only if the issue isn’t fixed after clearing the Site Builder Cache should you move onto the other two methods (clearing server and Cloudflare cache separately).

Here’s how you can clear the Site Builder cache.

Clear the WPHubSite WordPress Site Builder cache.

Step 1: Hover over or click on Settings.

Step 2: Click on Site Builder.

Step 3: Click on the Tools option.

Step 4: Click the Clear Cache button.

That’s it! The Site Builder cache will be cleared and if successful, the server and Cloudflare cache will also be cleared. It’s a good idea to also clear your browser’s cache after clearing the Site Builder cache.

Clear The WPHubSite Server Cache For Your Website

If clearing the Site Builder cache didn’t work, the next step is to try clearing the server cache for your website. This is the easiest to perform and you can do it from the front end or back end of your WPHubSite WordPress website if you’re logged in.

Here’s how to do it.

Clear the WPHubSite WordPress server cache.

Step 1: Click the Purge SG Cache link on the admin bar at the top of your browser window. As long as you’re not in the Site Builder editor then the admin bar will show up at the top.

That’s it! The page will refresh and your server cache will be cleared. You may also want to clear your browser cache after clearing the server cache.

Clear Your Cloudflare CDN Cache

If you’ve connected Cloudflare to your website (Starter & Pro plans only) then congratulations, you have a much faster website and you made a great choice. The downside is that you’ll also experience some issues occasionally editing your page with Site Builder because Cloudflare is the most finicky.

Cloudflare is the most finicky when it comes to editing pages with Site Builder and causes the most issue. It’s an advanced system of servers and cache, though, so this is to be expected. The speed benefit you will experience with Cloudflare far outweigh any drawback.

If you experience any oddities when editing a page in Site Builder and the first two cache clearing steps didn’t clear things up, try this.

Here’s how to clear the Cloudflare cache of your WPHubSite WordPress website.

Clear the Cloudflare cache for your WPHubSite WordPress website.

Step 1: Hover over or click on Settings.

Step 2: Click on Cloudflare.

Step 3: Click on the Purge Cache button.

That’s it! The Cloudflare cache is now purged. It’s a good idea to clear your browser’s cache after clearing the Cloudflare cache also.

Last Updated On November 16, 2020



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