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Updated my web page...you are still showing old version? Why

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I was told by GoDaddy that it was a Firefox problem...old version in your storage. Other browsers show updated version. (Chrome Safari How do you fix this?

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One way to check whether this is a problem with stored data in Firefox is to test in a new private window. When you launch the first private window in a regular browsing session, it has an empty cache and empty cookie jar and should give you a clean retrieval of the current site. If you still get old data, the problem is external to Firefox, for example, a proxy server or ISP cache.

Close all the private windows if you want to test again, since they share a temporary cache and cookie jar until the last one is closed.

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Hi, delete ALL references to the website in question, as shown under the heading 'How do I remove a single website from my history?' in this article - Delete browsing, search and download history on Firefox, then try the site (not from an old bookmark) again. Note: It may take a few minutes to complete the deletion.

If your question is resolved by this or another answer, please take a minute to let us know. Thank you!

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One way to check whether this is a problem with stored data in Firefox is to test in a new private window. When you launch the first private window in a regular browsing session, it has an empty cache and empty cookie jar and should give you a clean retrieval of the current site. If you still get old data, the problem is external to Firefox, for example, a proxy server or ISP cache.

Close all the private windows if you want to test again, since they share a temporary cache and cookie jar until the last one is closed.

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I appreciate all of you learned folks suggestions...the problem? YOu are speaking in a foreign tongue! Don't know what happened, but...guess what, the new, updated version is now available on my Fire Fox web page.

What a relief. Thought I was going to have to do it all over again. You all do good work. Pat Ewww.patengebrecht.com