Clearing Your Browser Cache
All web browsers automatically save web page code, images, and other content to your computer. This saved material is called your browser cache. Your web browser can load local copies of files more quickly than it can download them over the internet, so having a browser cache helps your web browser load websites faster once you’ve already visited them. If a website has been redesigned, sometimes it won’t render properly until you empty your cache, and force your browser to take a fresh look at the site. If you see something funny on a site you normally visit, you can try this and see if it helps.