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I have 6 website-tabs that I want to open at each startup, but they always come up with yesterdays information. How do I fix that?

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I have 6 website-tabs that I want to open at each startup, but they always come up with yesterdays information. How do I fix that?

They are each a news website, thus, I want "today's" news instead of the day before, when I checked them.

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Re: I have 6 website-tabs that I want to open at each startup, but they always come up with yesterdays information. How do I fix that?

If you reopen pages automatically from the previous session then Firefox will load the pages from the cache and the above mentioned browser.cache.check_doc_frequency won't help in this case.
You will have to go to each tab and press the F5 key or click the reload button on the Navigation Toolbar to get the current page from the server.

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Re: I have 6 website-tabs that I want to open at each startup, but they always come up with yesterdays information. How do I fix that?

Hello JBarsabas, go to about:config, find(or copied and paste from there) browser.cache.check_doc_frequency , double-click on it, change the value to 1, click OK to save it, exit firefox (from Firefox button > Exit) and restart it.


thank you

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Re: I have 6 website-tabs that I want to open at each startup, but they always come up with yesterdays information. How do I fix that?

If you reopen pages automatically from the previous session then Firefox will load the pages from the cache and the above mentioned browser.cache.check_doc_frequency won't help in this case.
You will have to go to each tab and press the F5 key or click the reload button on the Navigation Toolbar to get the current page from the server.