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How to Change the Cache in MSN?
MSN showing old cache.
nagarjuna55334




msg:1536923
 12:09 pm on Feb 22, 2005 (gmt 0)

I am new to webdesigning and i am started to design a website from a template and i have encouuntered a problem that my site was crawled by msn crawler when i am constructing and it put the image of my sita at the time of starting now i have changed my site banner and all these things but now i have tried many times by adding url to msn search but it does not changing the cache of my site and it is showing my old cache, but my new page is <snip>.

[edited by: ciml at 5:40 pm (utc) on Feb. 22, 2005]
[edit reason] Examplified [/edit]

 

Nikke




msg:1536924
 9:33 am on Feb 23, 2005 (gmt 0)

First, don't worry too much about it. I don't think most people will check your site via the MSN Search cache.

Re-submitting your url to the inclusion form won't help you, since your site is already in the index.

However, after you have changed the page, and maybe added some text or a few links, so that the change is noticable, just try to post a new link to your site somewhere on another site, and wait for the bot to come by.

It might take one or two weeks, but the cache will change eventually.

Nikke




msg:1536925
 9:34 am on Feb 23, 2005 (gmt 0)

By the way...

Welcome to WebmasterWorld nagarjuna55334.

N!kke

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