CTRL + F5 for the win.. i cant believe how many threads there are on this...
Get some skills people!
That is a completely unreasonable statement. When you go to a website, you do not think, "hmm, this site appears broken...perhaps I should refresh it." If anything, the number of threads should make it just how clearly stupid (sorry, can't think of a better word) it was for Cryptic to release a new website with the same names as cached components. It is a rookie mistake!
I did hit Control-F5. Come on people, I'm not an idiot. It's still exactly the same as it is in that screenshot.
Try SHIFT+REFRESH (hold down the SHIFT key and press the refresh button). If that doesn't work, then you need to purge your cache. What browser are you using? Chrome? I'm not sure if you're the OP or not.
Nevermind. Anyway, if that doesn't work, go to:
And click on "Clear Browsing Data."
If the link above doesn't work or the forum mangles it or whatever, click on the Tools button and go to Options and then "Under the Hood" to get to the button that says "Clear Browsing Data."
Anytime that you have a website showing up with corrupted or misplaced images and text, emptying your cookies and cache, then restarting the browser usually helps.
CTRL+F5 works on most browsers but not all, and sometimes won't work fully on some Flash/HTML5/PHP/CSS heavy web pages.
When new pages are released, sometimes your antivirus will decide to block part or all of a page too. Be sure to add the domains to your antivirus exception list for the web sites that you use that you know are ok.
Also, if you are using an ad blocking program or plugin, you may have to disable those and refresh the pages that are giving you problems.