Browsers are designed to show you information quickly. To speed up your access, your browser will store information when you visit a site, and redisplay it the next time you visit so you don't have to wait for the images and content on that site to download again. Ideally your browser will check for updates on the site, but this process isn't always perfect. Clearing your browser cache will usually solve this problem.
If you are not seeing your updates when you view your site, or you are still seeing old information on your site try clearing your Safari browser cache.
Depending on what version of Safari you are currently using, the steps may vary.
To clear your Safari browser cache for version 10, follow the steps below:
If you are using a version of Safari older than version 10, follow the steps below:
Click on Safari and choose the option for Clear History and Website Data.
Choose to clear All History and choose Clear History.
If you do not have the option for Clear History and Website Date from your Safari Drop down menu, there is an alternate way to clear your browser cache.
Click on Safari and choose the option for Preferences.
Click on the Advanced tab.
At the bottom of this section check the checkbox for Show Develop menu in menu bar.
Close this window and then choose the option for Develop at the top of your menu.
From the develop menu choose Empty caches.
The only other step you’ll need to take from there is to close all windows and tabs for Safari and open it back up to restart it. This will ensure that your account now reflects all the changes you have made to your account and you’re viewing the most up to date version of your account.