1. Steps to Clear DNS Cache: 
    1. For Windows Users: 
      1. Open Command Prompt as an administrator. 
      2. Type ipconfig /flushdns and press Enter. 
      3. You should see a message confirming the DNS cache has been flushed. 
    2. For macOS Users: 
      1. Open Terminal. 
      2. Depending on your macOS version, you will need to enter specific commands. For macOS X Yosemite and later, sudo killall -HUP mDNSResponder - see https://www.freecodecamp.org/news/how-to-flush-dns-on-mac-macos-clear-dns-cache/ for other commands 
      3. Enter your administrator password if prompted. 
    3. For Linux Users: 
      1. Open a terminal window. 
      2. Type sudo systemd-resolve --flush-caches and press Enter. 
      3. Enter your administrator password if prompted. 
    4. For Mobile Devices: 
      1. Restart your device or switch to airplane mode for a few seconds and then back, as this often effectively clears the DNS cache on mobile devices. 
  2. Follow-Up: Restart your browser and try accessing our services again.