In this guide, we’ll show you a couple of ways to clear your site’s cache. Note: If your theme or an active plugin on your site has built-in cache, we recommend clearing cache there first.

Clearing Cache in Your WordPress Dashboard

Log in to your WordPress dashboard.

If you need to clear cache for the entire site, click the Clear Cache link in the admin toolbar, near the upper right corner of the page.

Clear cache from your WordPress dashboard with the Kinsta MU plugin.
Clear cache from your WordPress dashboard with the Kinsta MU plugin.

If you only need to clear the cache on one or a few specific URLs, you can do that from the Kinsta MU plugin Settings. Click Kinsta Cache in the left sidebar and choose the URLs you want to purge.

Clearing Cache in MyKinsta

Log in to MyKinsta and click on Sites in the left sidebar navigation.

Click on your site name in the sites list and click on the Tools tab.

Click the Clear cache button to clear all cache.

Clear cache on the Tools tab in MyKinsta.
Clear cache on the Tools tab in MyKinsta.

Clearing Cache With WP-CLI

Connect to your server with SSH and navigate to your site’s document root:

cd public

Flush your site’s cache with the following command:

wp cache flush

Exit SSH with the following command:

quit

Clearing Redis Cache With SSH

If you’ve added the Redis addon to your site, you can connect to your server with SSH and flush the Redis cache with the following command:

redis-cli flushall async

Exit SSH with the following command:

quit