I had to disable all cache settings from the admin panel to make the site content update correctly.

Here are some ways you can try to fix your caching problem, in order of escalation: Instructions for clearing the cache of some common browsers are listed below.

If you do not see your browser listed below, please contact your software vendor for instructions on how to clear the cache.

When I try to check for updates manually, it just displays that it's up to date, even though it's a few days behind.

There are a number of problems that can manifest from cached data stored on your computer.

I updated our site from 5.6.1 to 5.6.1.2 and noticed that the page cache is not working correctly anymore.

When logged in to the site, I see the Auto Nav block pulled from a stack updating correctly.

Requests that don’t need server communication are considered the best requests: local copies of the responses allow the elimination of network latency as well as data charges resulting from data transfers.

The HTTP specification enables the server to send several different Cache-Control directives which control how and for how long individual responses are cached by browsers among other intermediate caches such as a CDN.

It can be very difficult to perform certain activities on the web if you can't see the current version of the page.