1. Log Into Your WordPress Dashboard
The first thing you are going to need to do is log into your WordPress Dashboard as an Admin. Scroll down the left hand side menu bar until you see Divi and click on it.
Note: This guide was written using Divi Version: 4.8, If you are using a different version the setting may have been moved or removed.
2. Click the Builder Tab
Once you have clicked into the Divi Theme Options you will be on the General page. The next step is to click on the third tab across labeled “Builder”.
3. Click the Advanced Tab
Under the Builder tab you will see another tab labeled Advanced, click into this tab.
4. Click the Button labeled Clear
The first line in the Advanced tab should be labeled Static CSS File Generation and be enabled. To the right of that you should see a dark grey button labeled CLEAR, click this button to clear the Divi CSS Cache.
5. Refresh the Cached Page
Once you have clicked clear, head back over to the page that you have edited and refresh it. You should now be able to see the changes you made take effect. If you are planning on doing multiple changes I would suggest keeping a second tab open on this page so that you can quickly clear the cache without having to navigate back every single time.
We hope you have found this guide useful. If you need any help with your Divi website feel free to reach out.
6. Common Questions & Answers
How do I clear my WordPress Cache?
The easiest way to clear your WordPress cache is to download a caching plugin, we personally use WP Rocket – Click here to take a look at WP Rocket.
Why should I clear cache?
Sometimes when you are trying to make changes to the look and design of your website the cache will prevent you from being able to see them. By clearing the cache you are dumping that old version of the site and refreshing it to show you the new one.
What is the best WordPress cache plugin?
There a quite a few cacheing plugins available for WordPress, we personally use WP Rocket.