I have updated the file of my website and in other browsers my newly updated website is showing up without doing anything to other browsers such as Safari but in firefox the old website is still showing up???
The first step of fixing site issues is to clear both cookies and the cache.
Then do a full republish of the website and see if that makes any difference.
#Now click the '' Clear now'' button.
Further information can be found in the Clear your cache, history and other personal information in Firefox article. So when you visit the same page for a second time, the browser speeds up display time by loading the page locally from cache instead of downloading everything again.Although storing Internet cache makes web browser faster as it usually takes your computer less time to display a web page when it can open page's elements or even the entire page from your local Temporary Internet Files folder, You sometimes want to overrule the Internet cache, for Example to see changes you made to a webpage you just uploaded.The each and every user cannot remember these keys to press every time to see the updated version of webpage.]]
happened when I made a backup of my file, which I simply added "_thedate" to the end of the name. Now I cannot seem to get rid of the old JS no matter what unless I change the name of the file, which I really don't want to do, or add the script to the PHP page, which crowds it. You are sure you are linking to the same file and then editing that same file?The 'problem' (if you want to call it that) is not only isolated to Rapid Weaver - I've seen the same thing happening in concrete5 which also uses a similar system of cache-busting links. I also seem to remember seeing a post but couldn't remember the suggestion was related to Cloudflare. and then, instead, if I go into Cloudflare and clear the cache... thanks, Lisa Cache busting links and Cloud Flare changes will effect all visitors to your [email protected] I'm not worried about myself, but other users not seeing the changes. The trick to hard reload the webpage will only work on your computer.I mostly use Safari, but I've recently been viewing my website on Chrome and it seems some page updates need to have the cache cleared. Wondering if this is how clients see things, then how do I fix it so the updated page is forced? I 'know' (from reading the forums, not experience) that there is an option to disable caching while you're working on a site to make sure that changes get pushed live. If you have 'cache busting links' enabled in RW7, then Chrome will respect this and will not purge its cache of CSS or JS files when it comes back to view one or more of your webpages.That can give the impression of newly published pages sometimes looking broken - the content will be correct but other styling or functionality might misbehave.On some browser, you can use CTRL F5 to force a refresh.