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Come risolvere il problema del mancato aggiornamento immediato del sito web WordPress

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I ritardi negli aggiornamenti del vostro sito web WordPress possono essere frustranti. Quando le modifiche non appaiono immediatamente, si interrompe il flusso di lavoro e l’esperienza dei visitatori. Questo problema è comune e può derivare da varie ragioni.

Problemi di cache, problemi del browser e ritardi del server sono le cause tipiche. La comprensione di queste cause può aiutare a correggere rapidamente il problema.

Questa guida vi aiuterà a risolvere e correggere i problemi più comuni che impediscono al vostro sito WordPress di aggiornarsi subito. Seguite questi passaggi per assicurarvi che gli aggiornamenti si riflettano prontamente sul vostro sito.

Fixing a WordPress website not updating right away

Perché il mio sito WordPress non si aggiorna subito?

La causa più comune per cui un sito web WordPress non si aggiorna immediatamente è la cache.

Per impostazione predefinita, molte società di hosting WordPress attivano i propri sistemi di caching, che memorizzano una copia temporanea delle pagine per migliorare la velocità del sito e ridurre il carico del server.

A parte questo, potreste anche utilizzare un plugin di caching per WordPress, che potrebbe non essere configurato correttamente.

Infine, ma non meno importante, il browser può anche memorizzare una versione cache delle pagine nella memoria temporanea.

Di solito, quando si apporta una qualsiasi modifica al sito WordPress, le versioni memorizzate nella cache scadono e le modifiche vengono visualizzate immediatamente.

Tuttavia, questo potrebbe non accadere subito a causa di qualche errore di configurazione. In questo caso, si vedrà la vecchia versione della pagina per un po’ di tempo.

Il sintomo più comune di questo problema è la mancata visualizzazione dei nuovi post nella homepage del vostro sito WordPress.

Sebbene sia ancora possibile visualizzare il singolo post facendo clic sul link Visualizza post dall’area di amministrazione di WordPress, non è possibile vederlo nella pagina principale.

Detto questo, vediamo come risolvere facilmente questo problema.

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Risolvere il problema del mancato aggiornamento del sito WordPress

Per prima cosa è necessario cancellare la cache del browser. Le istruzioni riportate di seguito vi spiegheranno come fare.

Per la maggior parte degli utenti, questo dovrebbe risolvere il problema e non sarà necessario passare al punto 2.

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Passo 1. Forzare il browser a ricaricare o cancellare la cache

A volte il browser (in particolare Google Chrome) mostra una copia in cache del sito web invece di mostrare quella nuova.

Per risolvere questo problema, è sufficiente premere i tasti F5 o Ctrl+R in Windows (o Cmd + R in Mac) sulla tastiera per ricaricare la pagina.

Questo chiederà al browser di ricaricare la pagina recuperando una nuova versione. Nella maggior parte dei casi, questo risolve il problema per molti utenti.

Tuttavia, se questo non funziona, il passo successivo è cancellare la cache del browser. In Google Chrome, fare clic sul menu a tre punti nell’angolo in alto a destra. Dal menu, è necessario andare su Altri strumenti ” Cancella dati di navigazione.

Clear cache in Google Chrome browser

Per maggiori dettagli, consultate la nostra guida su come cancellare la cache in tutti i principali browser.

Passo 2. Cancellare la cache di WordPress per il vostro sito web

La seconda e più probabile causa di questo problema è un plugin per la cache di WordPress mal configurato. La maggior parte dei plugin per la cache consente di cancellare la cache in modo estremamente semplice, facendo clic su un pulsante.

1. WP Rocket

Se state usando WP Rocket sul vostro sito web, andate semplicemente alla pagina Impostazioni ” WP Rocket e cliccate sul pulsante “Cancella cache” sotto la scheda dashboard.

WP Rocket clear cache

2. WP Super Cache

Se si utilizza il plugin WP Super Cache, andare alla pagina Impostazioni ” WP Super Cache.

Nella scheda Facile, scorrere fino alla sezione “Elimina pagine memorizzate nella cache” e fare clic sul pulsante “Elimina cache”.

Delete cache in WP Super Cache

3. Bluehost

Anche se non avete installato un plugin per il caching di WordPress sul vostro sito web, molte società di hosting WordPress implementano il loro sistema di caching per impostazione predefinita.

Ad esempio, se utilizzate la piattaforma di hosting Bluehost, noterete un pulsante “Caching” nella barra degli strumenti di amministrazione.

Clear cache in Bluehost

Al passaggio del mouse su “Caching”, si vedrà l’opzione “Svuota tutto”. In questo modo si eliminano tutti i file memorizzati nella cache del sito web.

4. SiteGround

SiteGround è un’altra delle migliori società di hosting WordPress che offre il proprio sistema di caching integrato.

È possibile gestire la cache di SiteGround installando e attivando il plugin SG Speed Optimizer. Per maggiori dettagli, consultare la nostra guida passo-passo su come installare un plugin per WordPress.

Dopo l’attivazione, è necessario fare clic sul pulsante Purge SG Cache nella barra degli strumenti di amministrazione di WordPress.

Purge SiteGround cache

Questo cancellerà la cache di SiteGround per il vostro sito web.

Per ulteriori aziende di hosting e plugin di caching, consultate la nostra guida completa su come svuotare la cache di WordPress.

Speriamo che questo articolo vi abbia aiutato a risolvere il problema del mancato aggiornamento immediato del sito WordPress. Potreste anche dare un’occhiata alla nostra guida sugli errori più comuni di WordPress e su come risolverli.

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  2. Afif Khaja says

    Solution for me was to update cdn cache on hostinger.com (that was my web-hosting site): hpanel.hostinger.com/websites//performance/cdn?redirectLocation=side_menu -> flush cache

  3. Jiří Vaněk says

    Deleting all cache may not update WordPress as expected. If the issue persists, check if you’re using any CDN. CDNs often have their own cache that’s separate from WordPress administration. For instance, CloudFlare clears cache on its own platform.

  4. Afrasiab Sajid says

    I’ve tried everything even different internet connection and devices but still nothing seems to work.

    • WPBeginner Support says

      If none of the methods work, please check with your hosting provider to ensure there are no caching issues on your host’s end that could be the problem.

      Admin

  5. terra says

    Thank you! This post helped me so much. I installed the Siteground Optimizer plugin and did the Purge SG cache, and this helped fix my situation. Phew. I was so frustrated and you saved me! Thank you!!!!!
    Terra

  6. Alita Pacio says

    Hello, thank you so much for the post. However, I have already done these but still, my site is not updating. Are there any possible other reasons for my site not updating?

    • WPBeginner Support says

      If none of the methods from our guide are working for you, we would recommend reaching out to your hosting provider to ensure they do not have server side caching that is causing a conflict.

      Admin

  7. MikeP says

    Wow thank you for this great & concise information! W3 purge & Google Chrome were both not doing it for me, so I tried the Siteground Optimizer and all problems went away! Thank you!!

  8. Anjum Alden says

    It is rare to find a solution to a problem so quickly and with such great instructions. The Site Ground plugin was what we needed and it worked perfectly. Thank you, so much!!

  9. Cheryl Strachan says

    I had this problem and clearing the cache fixed it. Will still need to figure out WHY it happened in the first place, but allowed me to get a time sensitive post out there. Thank you!

    • WPBeginner Support says

      If none of these recommendations are working, we would recommend reaching out to your hosting provider for assistance and they should be able to take a look at the reason.

      Admin

  10. Donna F says

    I have had the issue twice now, where my PC shows the changes I made to the site immediately but my Apple devices still did not show any changes 8 hours or more later. What I noticed was that both times this happened there was a plugin that needed to be updated on my WordPress site. This time it was the Backup plug in. When I updated the plugin, the information showed up on my Apple devices very shortly afterward.

    • WPBeginner Support says

      While it could be that, you may want to ensure you do not have a caching plugin on your site that could also be part of your issue.

      Admin

    • WPBeginner Support says

      If none of our recommendations are able to assist, you would want to reach out to your hosting provider to ensure they do not have a caching or are seeing an error on your site.

      Admin

  11. Oliver says

    Hello! Firstly, always amazing guides! you are 100% my goto!

    I have this issue, the changes i am making aren’t updating (partially)

    layout changes aren’t updating. i have tested to see if its just a delay, by slightly changing some text. The text updates instantly, but the layout remains unchanged.

    • WPBeginner Support says

      If it is not your caching then you would likely want to reach out to your theme’s support to ensure the theme changes aren’t being overridden by a setting in the theme.

      Admin

  12. Jack says

    After i update wordpress version i also update yoast. Then the site won´t load. it just keeping processing and does not show anything but a orange layer that is the main color of the website. Now the same thing is happening when i try to update different plugins but not all of them. I don´t receive any error msg from wordpress or the site. I also clear the cache etc…

  13. Kathi says

    Hi, I have updated my entire website’s design but for some reason, it will always show me the wrong front page.

    It’s always the front page, also on different devices, as well on my phone. The other pages will be shown completely right.

  14. Javed Iqbal says

    I have updated my WordPress Version 5.5.I have created a posts after that but my post now showing completely on my site. plz how can I resolved this issue.I used above mentioned method but same result.plz guide me how can i fix this issue.

    • WPBeginner Support says

      You would want to reach out to the support for your specific theme and they would be able to assist.

      Admin

  15. Junaid says

    I was the same issue in my WordPress website. But I solved this issue Through Reading This Post.. Thanks Buddy…..

  16. Abhishek Gupta says

    I have updated the payment method (COD) in my wordpress panel but it is not updating in the website. I don’t know why??

    • WPBeginner Support says

      As this article states, you would want to clear any caching on your site, and should that not work you may need to reach out to your ecommerce plugin’s support to ensure that there isn’t an issue with the plugin itself.

      Admin

  17. Gman says

    Great, thanks for the article. ctrl+F5 worked for me.
    I had previously tried clearing the cache, but still it didn’t work, but ctrl+F5 worked right away for some reason.
    Thanks again

    • WPBeginner Support says

      Good to know to check your browser cache as well as the website cache as it sounds like that was your issue :)

      Admin

    • WPBeginner Support says

      Our recommended solutions should work unless you have an odd niche error. Feel free to reach out to us using our contact form should none of our recommendations help you :)

      Admin

    • WPBeginner Support says

      You would want to reach out to your host to ensure you changed the PHP in the correct location and if you did you may want to try deleting your htaccess file and resaving your permalinks to recreate the file.

      Admin

  18. Zeeshan Alam says

    Thank you for sharing this post, its really Cached plugin I remove the cache and my post update text showing on Homepage

    Thanks a lot

  19. Colton says

    You’re a lifesaver, seriously. Couldn’t figure out why my pages weren’t updating but once I deleted and deactivated my cache, they all appeared. I’m so relieved!

  20. Robin says

    I have done everything suggested several times and my updates are still not showing on my front page. What else can I do?
    Thank you.

    • WPBeginner Support says

      You would likely want to reach out to your hosting provider to ensure there are no errors or caching from your host’s end

      Admin

  21. Peter says

    I don’t understand. When I’m on the homepage its empty, then I click “Customise” in the bottom right and it takes me to the version I’ve worked on, but when I go back to the homepge it’s still empty. I can’t see anything anywhere about plugins apart from the download page but it says I need to be on the business plan (I’m on premium).

    Is my webpage stuck like this until I upgrade to business? Do I need to install a plugin or does the premium plan come with one already? Clearing the cache on my computer does nothing unfortunately.

  22. Arfaan says

    Great video! however, I do not have any cache plugins of any sort. I have cleared my brower cache and still no luck :( Any other suggestions? im using Chrome.

    • WPBeginner Support says

      Have you checked with your hosting provider to ensure they don’t have caching for your site?

      Admin

  23. Adam says

    I had a problem with my website today and found this solution and it worked perfectly. Thank-you very much. WPBeginner is always the first place that I look whenever I have a problem with my WordPress website and so far I have always been able to resolve it with the material that I find here. Very helpful. Thank-you very much.

  24. chinweike onwuchekwa says

    thank you very much for this. being having problem with my website not updating immediately. after this video. I uninstalled the wp super cache and my website updated immediately. thank you so much.

  25. Kevin says

    Hello! Great article. Unfortunately it didn’t help me, and I don’t have a caching plugin. Any other solutions? I have cleared cache in Chrome as well.

  26. Heather says

    I made a few minor changes to our website content. When I test it on my computer using chrome, the updates are there. If I use IE on my computer I do not see the changes and co-workers using IE, chrome or Mozilla do not see the changes. I made the changes and then clicked update on the page in the dashboard. Please help.

  27. Ashley says

    Any suggestions for this issue? WordPress says ‘All themes are up to date’ but my theme is not up to date therefore I can’t install the latest version. My site is broken because the developer says I need the lastest version but I am stuck because WordPress says all themes up to date. Ever heard of this? My site has been down for 13 months because of this and the developer offers no support once you pay for the theme.

  28. Christopher says

    I am having a devilish problem. I changed an image on my home page… (woocommerce storefont) — and also a product image. I have done every variation of purging possible… but the home page keeps reverting to the previous form. I have changed it other times… had a some problems but managed to get it to work. IN fact these times… I purge and reload, etc… and get the correct page. Then I immediately purge everything again… including browser of course… then it seems to work. Then I close and open and it is the wrong page again…. OR I press the top icon which takes you back to the front page and it is the old one. The mobiles show the previous home page… and the old images in other locations. ?? – totally feel like I wasting huge amounts of time over something shouldn’t even happen. I disabled super cache… got it right right… and then boom it reverted again… reenables super cache… purged everything… got it right… one click… back to the old home page… ANY IDEAS??

  29. Raj Trivedi says

    Hey Team,

    I do not have any WordPress caching plugin and the posts do not get updated for at least 2 hours or less. We have cloudfare cdn. We have tried everything in the books to resolve the problem This problem persists with posts and category listing where all the posts are shown of its category, This happens randomly, sometimes it will get updated and sometimes not. When logged in to WordPress we are able to see the updated content but not when we are logged out or as a visitor visiting the website.

    Ideally, after 2 hours everything gets updated at once.

    • WPBeginner Support says

      Hey Raj,

      Have you tried disabling Cloudflare temporarily to see if this resolves your issue. We will also suggest contacting your WordPress hosting provider particularly if they have their own caching solutions in place.

      Admin

  30. Vince says

    No good. I have tried everything and suddenly today NO changes of menus, widgtes, logo ect are reflected on the site, unless I’m logged in to wordpress admin panel.

  31. Lucy says

    I’ve had so many problems with my updates not showing, and after following every piece of advice I could find online was at my wits end.

    However, I think I have solved it – for me, at least.

    My hosting is done through Bluehost and there is an automatically installed plugin called Endurance Cache (I’ve since learned this through Googling), which I think defaults to Level 2 setting. In a last ditch attempt, I set this to Level 0 and low and behold my updates appear.

  32. Sommer Arruda says

    Im have a strange issue. The WordPress has updated… But only on certain computers. 3 computers have the updated version of my website, where the other 2 do not.

    I had a small problem with text randomly fading away and never coming back on my front page, I went to fix it and now Im having the issue with different computers seeing different things. I am not sure if this is a wordpress problem, a plugin problem, or something else.

    Anyone else had this problem? And have you fixed it?

  33. Alex Legard says

    Unfortunately, I still have this issue even though I never had any caching plugin installed in the first place. The web page isn’t updating even after using ctrl-F5. I installed W3 Total Cache and followed the steps in this article. I don’t know what the issue could possibly be.

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