This is another issue you will notice on your homepage first.

Often, when Word Press users experience one or both of these symptoms it’s due to the browser cache.

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The cache is located in a folder called /wp-content/cache/.

You should delete the content of the cache/ folder either by FTP or via File Manager in c Panel, clear the cache of your web browser and reload your website.

This issue is most often caused by the cache functionality of Word Press.

To see your changes, you should clear your Word Press cache.

But then after you make a few changes in your Word Press content or your design, you notice that nothing has changed. But then the next page you visit within that site doesn't take quite so long.

A number of common factors can cause this behavior, such as: browser caching, server-side caching, caching plugins, and making changes in the incorrect location in the file system.

For instructions on how to backup Word Press, please refer to the following article from Word Press: ICC Configuration to be taken to the plugin configuration screen.

You will be able to configure the plugin's settings from this page.

When using the Word Press Super Cache plugin, it is not uncommon to edit a post or page and have it fail to update.

The editor will continue to show the previous content instead of updating to the new content.

Start by emptying all caches with your plugin and see if this solves the issues. Here’s what it looks like for the W3 Total Cache Word Press plugin.