For example- you fixed the file and viewing the style file.
But what to do, if the changes you did in content or design are not committed.Actually, Word Press pages are not getting updated with the changes you did. I got many queries that users made many changes to Word Press theme, page, post or widget. It’s a very common problem with designers and developers or even basic users that the changes or edits they commit to the Word Press site, are not visible immediately.Whenever a user comes to your site, gets redirected to host server. But if traffic is high, all the users still try to access the same single host server. Now, your user will be redirected to the nearest CDN server location.Sometimes, you made changes but the CDN content is not refreshed. Solution You mainly enable the CDN with a cache plugin. To disable, go to General settings of the W3 Total Cache plugin and uncheck the CDN Enable option. Do you make changes to your Word Press site but results are not visible?
Have you customized the look of your site but getting no effects?
CDN off will make work your Word Press site as expected. Sometimes, browsers will display a cached version of your website instead of the new one.
Generally, when you visit a webpage for the first time, your browser takes a while to load the content. This is because the browser stores the information that doesn’t change, on your computer.
This is called browser cache that speeds up the page loading.
However, the problem arises when you make a change on your website.
Solution Pay attention to the source file and specific file chosen to view the changes.