Caches can really speed up page loads, but their annoying side comes when you're trying to modify a website and can't get the view to reflect the changes you've just made, or worse, that your site visitors don't see the updates.
Beaver Builder has a built-in cache clearing tool that automatically clears caches created by the most popular services and caching plugins under the following conditions:
When WordPress finishes updating plugins and themes.
When Beaver Builder editor is active
This works by defining the
DONOTCACHEPAGEconstant while the page is being edited, This constant is respected by most caching plugins.
When layouts and templates are saved in the Beaver Builder editor
The tool is enabled by default.
To disable it, and to see a list of the caches that are cleared by this tool, on the WordPress admin panel go to the Cache Clearing Tool section of Settings > Beaver Builder > Tools.
There is also a setting that enables automatic clearing of proxy caches, such as Varnish and Litespeed. If you're not sure whether your site is subject to a proxy cache, leave that setting disabled.
This tool was formerly available as a plugin in GitHub. If you have that plugin installed, called Beaver Builder Cache Helper, you can deactivate and delete it.