Sometimes, you may not see your posts or updates right away, and this can be because of a caching issue. Caching is a technique used to temporarily store web page data, allowing for faster access and improved performance. However, this means that when you access a webpage, you may be viewing a cached version instead of the most recent content. In such cases, it's possible that your post hasn't appeared yet because the cache hasn't refreshed to reflect the latest changes.
Clearing your cache or waiting for it to automatically refresh usually resolves this issue and ensures that you see the most up-to-date content.
Caching is a standard practice employed by web services and websites to efficiently manage server loads. If you visit the site after an hour, or load the calendar on a separate device that has not loaded the calendar within the past hour, then you will see the newest version of the calendar.