Having been involved in designing websites since 2000, there are many times when I’ll make a change on a website, load it live, let the client know the changes have been made, only to receive an email moments later in a panic “the changes are there”!
What’s happening here is that the browser has cached (saved) a copy of the page … the old version of the page … and isn’t actually viewing the live version. The fact is, it might only be a few minutes before your browser has recached updates form any website that may have made changes since your last visit.
The Solution: Refresh Your Browser
A simple refresh may be all your browser needs. This is accomplished by hitting the reload button (the button that often looks like a recycle image).
If this doesn’t work, try deleting the cache. This is done differently on each browser. For instance, in Firefox (Mac) it’s done by clicking on Tools > Clear Recent History > Check Cache > Click “Clear Now”.
If all else fails – open the page in a different browser. It might be your internet connection blocking the refresh.