- Login to your Joomla administrator.
- Go to “Tools”=> “Clean Cache”.
- Click on “Site” (on the menu below, it is next to “Administrator”) .
- Click the main checkbox to select all the cached items.
- Click on “Delete” on the upper right menu.
- Now that you’ve cleared your website’s cache, it is a good time to also clear your backend’s cache.
- On the same page, click on “Administrator”.
- Click the main checkbox to select all the cached items (you can also select each item individually, but since you’re already there it’s better to clean all the cache).
- Again, click on “Delete”.
Now if you’re working on your Joomla website and you’re making changes to your templates/extensions every 5 minutes, it’s better to temporarily disable caching altogether, here’s how:
- Go to “Site”, “Global Configuration” on the menu above.
- Click on “System” on the menu below.
- Change the “Cache” value (under “Cache Settings”, in the middle right of the page) to “No”.
- Click on “Save” on the top menu.
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