How to Clear Browser Cache and Cookies

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What is the Browser Cache?

The browser cache is used for storing website data like HTML, CSS, JavaScript, and images. Caching is a method of storing data that can be used later. Like other programs that you may have installed, browsers use caching to store website data on your computer instead of requesting the data from a web server to make web pages load faster.

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OCSP SSL Certificate Error Solved

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Preflight Check

  • These instructions are intended specifically for solving the error: “sec_error_ocsp_try_server_later”.
  • This error can be displayed anytime a user visits a secure website using the https:// protocol in Firefox or Internet Explorer. It does not indicate a problem with the site itself, but occurs due to a change in the method these specific browsers used to check for revoked SSL certificates.
  • We’ll be logging into WebHost Manager as root to resolve the error.

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Clearing Your Browser Cache

Reading Time: 2 minutesYour browser has a local file store that contains the images, CSS, JavaScript and other files of websites you’ve recently visited. These files are stored and can be served locally, therefore increasing page load performance and reducing access times dramatically.

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