As the person building your website, you might visit your pages several times in one day. Sometimes, this can cause a "lag" when you're trying to view changes you just made to your website.
Instead of constantly clearing your cookies, you can actually set your browser to look for a new version of the page on every visit.
- In Internet Explorer, go to Internet Options. Depending on what version of Internet Explorer you are using, you'll find that either in the Tools menu, or represented by a cog icon.
- Under the General Tab, in Temporary Internet Files, click Settings
- Change Check for newer version of stored pages: to Every time I visit the webpage
- In the address bar of Firefox type about:config
- Locate the setting browser.cache.chec_doc_frequency and change it to 1
Safari and Chrome do not have these settings. However you can delete cookies from both through their preferences menus.