Similar to your PCs DNS cache, your internet browser keeps a cache of DNS records so that it can more efficiently find and load a website which has already been visited. If a website has recently been moved to a different server, you might see the old website for a while when you try to visit it.
Flushing your browsers DNS cache can help to load the most up-to-date version of the website. Please see the following steps to flush Internet Explorers browser cache:
- Click the cog icon in the top right
- Click Safety
- Click Delete Browsing History
- Ensure that Temporary internet files, History and Cookies and Website data are ticked
- Click Delete
If you require further information/assistance on this, please submit a ticket and a member of the team will be happy to assist further.