When something goes wrong on iOS when trying to access a website (for example, the browser closes when trying to open the iPhone Blog), usually the most knowledgeable suggest deleting all Cookies and clear Safari history. This option is easy and is available in Settings. The problem with this is that, because of a specific website, you will erase the data of everyone you have visited and some passwords recorded in some will be erased, forcing you to enter them again. It is not a serious problem, but it may seem impractical to some.
Fortunately, there is a way to delete data from websites individually, without interfering with the data of others.
In the system, there is a place that separates the data for each site and you can select which ones to delete. Check step by step:
Step 1: Open the Settings and select the menu Safari.
Step 2: At the bottom of the page, tap Advanced and then on Site Data.
Step 3: Find the site you’re having trouble with and drag your finger over it, from left to right. Touch the button Delete. Do this with everyone you want to eliminate.
Ready. After that, the site will probably open without any problems and you didn’t have to delete all that I had on Safari. ?