Need to disable chrome cache for web development

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I modifying a website appearance (css modifications), but can not because of the annoying persistent cache to see the result on Chrome. I tried shift refresh but it does not work. How can I temporarily disable the cache or refresh the page in any way that I can see the changes.

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Answered By 70 points N/A #188946

Need to disable chrome cache for web development

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Google Chrome is a great browser for both general usage and development purpose at the same time. There’s cache disabling option while you’re developing a website. To disable caching temporarily,

1. Press “Ctrl + Shift + I” on your Chrome.

2. From the new frame, click the Gear icon on the top-right corner.

3. Check the tick “Disable cache (while DevTools is open)”.

Now, Chrome won’t cache any data for your better development.

Answered By 0 points N/A #188947

Need to disable chrome cache for web development

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Hello,

How are you? You should use developer tool named settings which will allow you to disable the cache. You can open this by pressing ctrl+shift+i. You can do the same by pressing F12. You can also solve the problem by using a chrome extension called Cache Killer. You can also right click on the reload button at the top of the browser and select “Empty Cache and Hard Reload” to disable the Cache. You can use also another method. From the browser window’s wrench icon menu choose Tools option. Then click on Developer Tools. From UI click the gear icon. Check the ‘Disable Cache’ checkbox in the network section.

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