In the most common version, the English word "cash" refers to cash, as opposed to virtual money in a bank account. By analogy, this word is used in relation to the viewing of pages of websites - it refers to all the files available to the browser, for which it does not need to contact the server. The application adds these files to its own temporary storage on one of the drives on the local computer.
If the browser cache needs to be cleared of the website design elements saved on the computer, the easiest way to do this is using the function built into the application. It deletes all contents of the Internet browser's temporary file storage. In Internet Explorer, to activate the function in the "Tools" section of the menu, select "Internet Options" and click the "Delete" button in the "Browsing history" subsection on the tab that opens by default. Then click on the "Delete Files" button in the "Temporary Internet Files" section.
In Mozilla FireFox, to invoke the cache clearing dialog, this is made easier - press the "hot keys" Ctrl + Shift + Delete, put a check in the "Cache" box and click on the "Delete now" button.
If using Google Chrome, expand the menu and select the "Options" line. With the page open in your browser, on the Advanced tab, click the Delete Viewed Pages button. In the dialog that appears, set the cache clearing depth, put a tick in the "Clear cache" box and click the "Delete browsed data" button.
If you cannot completely clear the cache, you will have to “manually” delete files from the temporary storage that are related only to the desired site. However, not every browser stores information about where a particular file was downloaded from. Internet Explorer has this data, so in the "Service" section of its menu, select the "Internet Options" line and click on the "Options" button in the "Browsing History" section.
In the dialog that opens, click the "Show files" button and the "Explorer" window will appear on the screen with the cache folder open in it. Click on the column heading "Internet address" and find all the files that refer to the desired site - they will follow in the list as one group. Select and delete site elements from the temporary browser storage.