Issue fixer: Clear the cache

CSS and JavaScript files are dynamically generated and cached in Woo360 each time you create a new layout, and the cache is automatically cleared during updates to a post or page and when the Woo360 plugin is updated.

Occasionally the cache needs to be manually refreshed, such as when you migrate your site to another location.

Tip: Clearing the cache is a good first response to any issues that pop up where the result does not appear as you expect. If clearing the Woo360 cache does not fix the issue, consider clearing other caches up the chain: your browser cache, you web hosting server cache, other caches such as CloudFlare.

To clear the Woo360 cache:

  1. On the WordPress admin panel, click Settings > Woo360 > Tools.
  2. Click the Clear Cache button.