Force refresh is a way to update a website by bypassing the locally cached copy saved on your computer. This can trigger our Content Delivery Network to refresh the site in the background, allowing for updated content to be pulled to your browser.
Refreshing the site will get the updated content
When a new user visits your site, or you do a force refresh, this can trigger our Content Delivery Network to refresh Super in the background, and another force refresh will pull the updated content to your browser.
How to force refresh the browser
There are different keyboard shortcuts for force refreshing a web page depending on the browser and operating system being used. The link provided does not contain a comprehensive list of these shortcuts. However, a common shortcut is to press
Ctrl + Shift + R on Windows or
Command + Shift + R on Mac. This will bypass the cached version of the page and reload the most recent version from the server.
Here is a link to explain force refresh for your browser. Your browser will save a copy of the page on your computer so that it is faster to display. When you are updating your site, this locally cached copy can prevent Super from updating in the background.