In order to eliminate browser cache as the culprit, you’ll need to clear it. The steps for clearing your browser cache will depend on the device and browser you're using. Different browsers have different interfaces for accessing these settings.

 Here are the steps for the most common desktop browsers: 

1. Open Chrome.
2. At the top right, click the three vertical dots.
3. Click More Tools.
4. Select Clear browsing data.
5. Choose your time range for deletion.
6. Check the boxes next to "Cookies and other site data" and "Cached images and files"
7. Click Clear data.

Internet Explorer
1. Open Internet Explorer.
2. Click on the cog symbol in the upper right corner of the browser.
3. Choose the Safety submenu.
4. Select Delete Browsing History.
5. Check the boxes next to "Temporary Internet files and website files," "Cookies and website data," and "History."
6. Click Delete.

1. Open Safari.
2. Choose the Safari menu in the top left.
3. Select Preferences.
4. In the pop-up menu, click the Advanced tab.
5. At the bottom of the window, check the box "Show Develop menu in menu bar."
6. This will add a Develop menu to your bar. Click that.
7. Select Empty Caches.
8. You can also delete your browsing history by selecting the History tab.
9. Click Clear History.
Choose your time frame and select Clear History.

1. Open Firefox.
2. Click the hamburger menu (three stacked horizontal lines) in the top right corner.
3. Click Options.
4. Select the Privacy & Security panel.
5. In the Cookies and Site Data section, click Clear Data.
6. Check the boxes next to "Cookies and Site Data" and "Cached Web Content."
7. Click Clear.

Microsoft Edge
1. Open Microsoft Edge.
2. At the top right, click the three horizontal dots.
3. Select History.
4. Click "Clear history" at the top of the new menu.
5. Check the boxes next to "Browsing history," "Cookies and saved website data", "Cached data and files" and "Tabs I've set aside or recently closed."
6. Click Clear.