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rufus




msg:970676
 2:53 pm on Feb 23, 2003 (gmt 0)

Seems it is happening again. I am using my FTP client to save new web pages and even though I have tried shift and refresh or Crtl/refresh the old web pages are still showing on my pc - and yet other people can see the newly updated pages. I have deleted files, regularly clear cookies and done everything that has been suggested to me. This is driving me crazy. Yet, I use another FTP for a different website and I do not have a problem with this one. Please don't suggest moving to the latter FTP. The main website has a .org domain name and all tied up through the usa and paid for by the person I run the website for.

rufus.

 

Birdman




msg:970677
 3:27 pm on Feb 23, 2003 (gmt 0)

It has to be your isp using cached servers. I remember your previous thread. What isp are you using?

rufus




msg:970678
 3:36 pm on Feb 23, 2003 (gmt 0)

My isp is telefonica. I am in Spain. I was using a normal cheap-rate link to the net - these problems seemed to happen after I had adsl installed! Coincidence perhaps?

Birdman




msg:970679
 4:28 pm on Feb 23, 2003 (gmt 0)

The only thing I can think of, is try another browser. Maybe Opera. When I had the same thing happening to me, it was AOL using the cached page. It drove me mad.

Switched to IE browser and it was fine.

hakre




msg:970680
 5:49 pm on Feb 23, 2003 (gmt 0)

yeah these kind of problems really drive mad. i realized in internet explorer using ctrl+r will reload the page completely even if it was cached.

rufus




msg:970681
 9:01 pm on Feb 23, 2003 (gmt 0)

Thanks for the comments and replies...it is appreciated.

I am keeping on - using all the suggestions I have had on this posting and the last.

It is terrible being a novice, isn't it?

And yet as I type this - one of three pages (the MOST important) has loaded after three hours.

rufus.

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