When you are updating a WordPress site and you have caching like W3 Total Cache or WP Super Cache, You will not see the changes take place on the site This is because the caching plugin will display the cached version for a period of time. To get the site to show your changes, you can delete the plugin cache. Below are the steps to clear the WordPress cache in W3 Total Cache and WP Super Cache.

WP Super Cache

  1. Log into the Wordpress Dashboard.
  2. Setting WP Super CacheGo to the plugins link on the left sidebar. Find the WP Super Cache plugin.

    Click "Settings".

  3. Delete cache WP Super CacheOn the WP Super Cache Settings page, click "Delete Cache".

W3 Total Cache

  1. Log into the Wordpress Dashboard.
  2. Performance dashboard W3 Total CacheGo to the "Performance" menu and click "Dashboard".
  3. Empty all cache W3 Total CacheClick " Empty all cache".

Once you are done clearing your cache, you can see your changes that your recently published. The caching plugin will then cache your newest version when the site is visited.

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n/a Points
2014-04-03 7:11 am

How do I can clear the cache if you do not have that pluging? 

When I share on facebook gets old images

4,023 Points
2014-04-03 8:19 am
If you're not using a caching plugin on your WordPress site, then you would not have any sort of caching enabled. I have noticed that Facebook will indeed grab an incorrect image for the thumbnail quite frequently which unfortunately is unavoidable.
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2014-04-03 8:46 am

I finally delete the post and create another one.

Many thanks

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2014-04-10 6:45 am

Try this :) https://developers.facebook.com/tools/debug/

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