Sometimes, we get complaints about schedules being off or audio links not working. Most of the time this is because you are looking at an old copy of the site that has been saved (i.e., cached) on your computer.
In order to speed-up your visits to web sites, your web browser will often save copies of pages so that when you return to the site, it will load faster. Sometimes browsers fail to recognize that a more current version of a page than the one it previously saved is available. So, it’s a good idea to know how to empty the “cache” — the location your browser stores copies of web pages.
If your browser isn’t listed, look for similar settings in your preferred web browser.
Go to Tools -> Options -> General -> Temporary Internet Files then click Delete Files
Go to Tools -> Options -> Privacy -> Cache then click Clear.
Go to Edit -> Preferences -> Advanced -> Cache -> then click Clear Memory Cache
Go to Safari -> Empty Cache
Go to Firefox -> Preferences -> Privacy -> Cache then click Clear.
Go to Netscape -> Preferences -> Advanced -> Cache -> then click Clear Memory Cache