In order to speed up web browsing, web browsers are designed to download web pages and store them locally on your machine in an area called the "cache." When you visit the same page for a second time, the browser speeds up display time by loading the page locally from its cache instead of downloading everything again. This sometimes results in less than current versions of web pages being displayed. If you believe that you have a less than current version of a page, please follow the steps below to clear the cache in your particular browser.
Though not required by all browsers, restarting your browser (by closing the browser completely and reopening it after clearing the cache) is recommended.
If you are unsure which browser you are currently using, you can visit whatbrowser.org to find out.