How to clear cache for a single website

When a visitor to your website opens a passcode, secret link, newsletter, or location key, Locksmith remembers the access via browser cache. Once the lock is open, the locked content will be accessible and will begin to appear in searches and collection view (if applicable). Locksmith will remember this access for the duration of the browser session.
If you want to re-test what a new user would see: make sure you are signed out, and then you will need to use a browser with clean cache. This can be done by using a different browser than the one that you normally use, or clear the browser cache. You can shut down your browser program completely, or use the following steps.
This guide explains the steps for each browser to help you clear cache for your website only, so that you aren't clearing cache for all websites. With GIFs included!


1. Right click, choose "Inspect"
2. In the Dev Tools menu that shows up, find the "Application" tab
3. In the Application tab, make sure that "Clear Storage" is selected in the left menu.
4. Click, "Clear site Data", and you're done!


1. Directly to the left of the URL bar, click on the lock icon.
2. Choose "Clear Cookies and Site Data" and the very bottom of the drop down
3. Make sure you choose your site only, and click Remove.
4. You're done!


1. Go to Safari > Preferences > Privacy
2. Search for your website.
3. Click on your website, and click "Remove"
4. You're done.

Internet Explorer

  1. 1.
    Go to your website (that you want to delete cookies and cache for)
  2. 2.
    Launch Developer Tools ( or press F12)
  3. 3.
    Go to the Network tab
  4. 4.
    Click the Clear browser cache button, or press Ctrl + R.