WordPress Browser Compatibility Issues

WordPress is an open-source content management system based on PHP and MySQL. It was developed owing to a joint effort between Matt Mullenweg and Mike Little in 2003. The software is available on all major platforms including windows, WebOS, Android, iOS, Windows Phones and Blackberry. WordPress offers users with a plethora of features including premium themes, plugins and social media tagging options to share content on the web world. It also offers excellent customer care service as WordPress tech support, which is available 24*7 to help users for any issues that might appear while using WordPress.

However, similar to other blogging and content sharing software’s; WordPress might also face unknown technical issues. This can be quiet confusing for new users and those who are not that tech savvy. One of the issues that users might encounter while using WordPress is compatibility issues with different browsers including Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox or Internet Explorer.

There is no need to worry as the experts at WordPress support have come up with a guideline on how to prevent any browser compatibility issues with WordPress. Kindly take care of the following steps to ensure a smooth experience with your WordPress blogging experience.

  • Force Refresh

A force refresh forces the browser to reset itself and re-check the server to ensure that the web page opened is upgraded and latest. Depending upon the operating system one is using, users can utilize the following shortcut keys to force refresh the browsers;

Windows – Ctrl+F5

Mac OS – Apple+R or Cmd+R

Linux – F5

  • Clear the browser cache

If there is an issue with displaying the WordPress pages in your browser then cleaning the browser cache memory is a good idea. Every time a web page is accessed, the web browser stores a temporary copy of the files required to display the page, this is called as the browser cache. However, if the cache is not updated then the browser might display older version of WordPress. Therefore, it is recommended to clean the cache memory to make space for updated pages.

  • Clearing WordPress.com Cookies

WordPress.com requires the use of cookies for the site to function normally. However, if certain sections of the website are not displayed then it might be good to enable cookies. While logging in to your WordPress account if the previous username and password are not cleared out then clearing the WordPress related cookies should be enabled.

However, if you are still not able to work properly with WordPress; it might be a good idea to contact our experts at WordPress tech support. You can contact us via the WordPress tech support number 1-877-863-5655

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