At times it is necessary to clear cached or stored site data and cookies in order to resolve a problem with web sites. Very often, you'll hear site operators tell you to clear your cache. While that's all well and good for them, it's a rather scorched earth approach for you, the user.
If you clear your entire cache then that will affect every website you use, meaning, for example, you'll need to sign back into every site afresh and will lose any locally saved data such as settings or preferences.
I don't care, let's just clear it
Selectively clearing data
Instead, it's better just to clear the sites you need. This article shows how to do that for Photo Ephemeris Web - you just need to know which domains to clear. The exact method varies by browser, so here are examples for several popular ones.
Of course, if you're happy to, you can always just clear everything and be done with it. But I suspect many of you would prefer a better targeted solution!
Open Preferences from the Safari menu at the top left of the screen. On the Privacy tab, choose Manage Website Data...
In the search field, type 'photoephemeris.com', select the result that is displayed and click Remove:
Be careful not to click Remove All, otherwise all this will have been in vain...
Open Settings and then choose Privacy & Security from the left hand list of settings categories. In the (long) list of settings displayed to the right, scroll down until you see Cookies and Site Data:
Click Manage Data…
In the search field, type photoephemeris.com, then click Remove All Shown.
Open Settings and then choose Privacy and security from the left hand list of settings categories. In the list of settings to the right, choose Cookies and other site data:
Look down the list of displayed settings until you see See all cookies and site data and then click to select:
Type photoephemeris.com in the search field and then click Remove All Shown.