MARJORIE PETERSON

Freelance Website Developer
Full Refresh After Updates After a website update, your website may display incorrectly because your cache files try to display website the way it did on your last visit to make it load it faster. When there’s a website update this confuses the system causes the display to go “bonkers” for a period of time until your cache files are cleared. After each update you may need to refresh the website to view the latest updates, especially if you do not see what you were expecting. [Specifically wonky formatting] A simple refresh isn't usually enough to clear this out.* *To clear out your cache files: Press the Ctrl + F5 keys on your keyboard. You may need to do this on each page of the website as well. (including any PDF’s that have been updated.) Opening on a different device or browser (that hasn’t visited the website previously) will should allow the website to display the website correctly as well. If you are checking updates on a mobile device, and the above technique is not possible, you will need to wait approximately 12 hours for the cache files to clear out. (or try another mobile device.) For your website visitors: No worries this “strange formatting” won't happen on other devices, unless they have visited your website within around 12 hours before the update. If so, they can also use the above options for better results. We know it is frustrating to wait for the cache files to clear. It is our hope that in time technology will improve and this won’t be an issue anymore. Please know that I got you, and trust me that this is only a temporary situation. To reassure you I have some tricks you may use to view your website from around the world to understand how it’s displayed in other locations. When you enter your website address in the following websites they will generate screenshots of how your website looks from other locations. It's very helpful in determining if it's only you or everyone with display issues.  Keep in mind: These website should be used on a full desktop screen - not mobile. Also, the results sometime skip slower loading objects, and won’t display at all - which is why I use four different websites to generate the “big picture” of what's going on.  Please save this page in case you need this again. Thank you! :) https://geopeeker.com http://www.responsinator.com/ https://bluetree.ai/screenfly/ https://shotsherpa.com/
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If Ctrl + F5 Doesn’t Work on your Computer
Full Refresh After Updates After a website update, your website may display incorrectly because your cache files try to display website the way it did on your last visit to make it load it faster. When there’s a website update this confuses the system causes the display to go “bonkers” for a period of time until your cache files are cleared. After each update you may need to refresh the website to view the latest updates, especially if you do not see what you were expecting. [Specifically wonky formatting] A simple refresh isn't usually enough to clear this out.* *To clear out your cache files: Press the Ctrl + F5 keys on your keyboard. You may need to do this on each page of the website as well. (including any PDF’s that have been updated.) Opening on a different device or browser (that hasn’t visited the website previously) will should allow the website to display the website correctly as well. If you are checking updates on a mobile device, and the above technique is not possible, you will need to wait approximately 12 hours for the cache files to clear out. (or try another mobile device.) For your website visitors: No worries this “strange formatting” won't happen on other devices, unless they have visited your website within around 12 hours before the update. If so, they can also use the above options for better results. We know it is frustrating to wait for the cache files to clear. It is our hope that in time technology will improve and this won’t be an issue anymore. Please know that I got you, and trust me that this is only a temporary situation. To reassure you I have some tricks you may use to view your website from around the world to understand how it’s displayed in other locations. When you enter your website address in the following websites they will generate screenshots of how your website looks from other locations. It's very helpful in determining if it's only you or everyone with display issues.  Keep in mind: These website should be used on a full desktop screen - not mobile. Also, the results sometime skip slower loading objects, and won’t display at all - which is why I use four different websites to generate the “big picture” of what's going on.  Please save this page in case you need this again. Thank you! :) https://geopeeker.com http://www.responsinator.com/ https://bluetree.ai/screenfly/ https://shotsherpa.com/
YOUR DESIGNS ONLINE .COM