1. Bypass the Cache and Reload
You need to refresh the webpage and remove all the outdated caches linked to it. Your browser can access every website if you bypass the caches linked to the website.
It’s simple –
- Hold the Shift key on your keyboard
- Click on the ‘Reload’ icon near the address bar of your web browser
While this method is short and simple, there’s a shorter way as well.
Your browser caches get bypassed and you can access the website with the reloaded page.
2. Enable Java
- Click on the three dots at the top right corner of the Firefox browser
- It opens a dropdown menu of Firefox’s settings
- Click on the option called ‘Add-ons’
- Click on the ‘Java ™ Platform’ plug-in
- Toggle the plug-in to “always activate”
- Go to the three dots on the right side top corner of your Chrome browser
- A drop-down menu for Chrome’s Settings opens up
- Scroll down the men and go to the ‘Show Advanced Settings’ option
- Click on it and a new page pops up
- Look for a header called ‘Privacy’
- Under it, click on Content Settings
- Click on OK to apply and save the changes
To remove cookies on Google Chrome,
- Go to the three dots again, and open Chrome’s menu
- Click on ‘Settings’
- Click on ‘Show Advanced Settings’
- In the ‘Privacy’ section below, click on ‘Content Settings’
- Go the ‘Cookies’ section and select – All cookies and site data
- Click on the ‘Remove all’ tab to delete all cookies
4. Clear Out Your Browser’s Cache Files
- Go to the Firefox menu
- Select the ‘Options’ tab
- Go to ‘Advanced’ tab and click on Network
- Click on the option that says “Cached Web Content”
- Click on ‘clear now’
You’ve cleared your browser’s cache files. Now, you can restart Firefox and try accessing those websites again.
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