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2.13.1.14. Clearing the cache in WordPress

In WordPress, caching is done by installing and using certain plugins. For some plugins, instructions for clearing the cache have been compiled:

  1. To clear the cache, you need to go to the section "WP-Optimize → Cache»:
  2. On the tab “Page cache"You need to click"Purge cache»:
  1. To clear the cache, you need to go to the section "Settings → WP Super Cache»:
  2. On the tab “Cache state"You need to click"Delete entire cache»:
To clear the cache, you need to go to the section "WP Fastest Cache"And on the tab"Clearing the cache»Click«Clearing the cache"And"Clear cache and compressed CSS/JS»:
If the site uses other plugins or it is not possible to enter the admin panel of the site, then you can clear the cache manually, for this you should delete the entire contents of the directory wp-content/cache... This can be done using any FTP client or filemanager.