Caching is the process of keeping a local copy of content within a page and can include:
- Style sheets
While caching can provide faster web page load times, there are times when disabling caching is helpful. For example, when troubleshooting an issue with a web page it is critical that the page always loads with the most recent changes to ensure time is not wasted looking for a fix that has already been found. Disabling caching can also be helpful when you frequently visit the same page and it often fails to update to the current version.