Knowledgebase: Miscellaneous
HTML Page Caching
Posted by Joe Rebis (Import) on 14 December 2006 06:45 PM

If you are trying to update a web page by FTP and cannot see your changes in your browser, you should check your browser settings. We do not have a page cache feature on EPhost Shared Servers. Most likely this is true for our Dedicated Server customers too. However, the option does exist on Dedicated Servers but it is not enabled by default. It is not currently recommended to enable this feature on Dedicated Servers.

Usually this is an issue with the settings on your browser. Check the settings and make sure that your brower Temporary Internet Files settings check for a new version of a web page everytime you visit the site. This keep the browser from showing you a page that is cached on your computer.

In Internet Explorer:

Tools >> Options >> General Tab >> Temporary Internet Files >> Settings

Make sure you have it set to: "Every Visit to the Page"

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