Troubleshooting WordPress Changes That Aren’t Showing On Your Site

WordPress is undoubtedly one of the most popular content management systems (CMS) available, empowering millions of websites across the globe. As a WordPress user, you may encounter a frustrating situation where the changes you make to your site do not appear as expected. While this can be perplexing, don’t worry! In this blog post, we will explore some possible reasons why your WordPress changes aren’t showing up on your site and suggest troubleshooting steps to address the issue.

Cached Pages on Site

Cached pages are copies of your website’s content, including HTML, CSS, JavaScript, and images, stored on the server or within a caching plugin. This caching mechanism is employed to enhance website performance by delivering pre-generated pages instead of generating them dynamically with each user visit. When a visitor accesses your site, the cached version is delivered, resulting in faster load times.

If you have obtained your website from PartydoosMedia, it is likely using LiteSpeed Cache, a powerful caching plugin designed for high-performance WordPress sites. LiteSpeed Cache offers numerous optimisation features, including page caching, minification, and advanced cache management. To immediately purge cache, here’s what you’d have to do:

  • Log into your WordPress admin dashboard
  • Navigate to the “LiteSpeed Cache” section on the left sidebar
  • Select “Toolbox” from the popup that opens while hovering over LiteSpeed Cache
  • Click on “Empty Entire Cache”
  • Wait for the cache to be cleared, which may take a few minutes depending on the size of your site.


When you purge the cache for all pages in LiteSpeed Cache, it effectively removes all cached versions of your website. As a result, the next time a user visits your site, LiteSpeed Cache will need to regenerate the cache from scratch, resulting in a temporary increase in server load and slower page load times for a few hours.


Cached Pages on Browser (Local)

If the issue is only occurring for the website owner, try “CTRL + F5” on your Windows browser to clear a bit of cache. Want to completely purge your cache for your own site? Follow these Edge steps:

  • Right click on an empty space on your site and go to “Inspect”
  • Click on “Network” and select “Disable cache”
  • Now, refresh while the Inspect page is still opened
  • Now you can close the Inspect page after refreshing, and your cache should be disabled and thus cleared.


By following these steps, you should be able to fix any browser cache issues in Edge and ensure that you’re seeing the latest version of websites without any cached content interfering.

If this didn’t solve your problem, and you’ve purchased your website at PartydoosMedia, please contact support so we can look into to for you free-of-charge.