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I am developing a website. It's just few lines of html. No phg, nothing fancy, very simple. When I upload my file (Core ftp), the updates don't show on Chrome. I hard reloaded it 1000 times. F5, Ctrl F5, disable cache in dev tools, "Empty cache and hard reload"... you name it, I tried it. Then I gave up and decided to install Firefox and... I still get a cached version of the page!

I get the updated version in any other device (laptop, phone...) but there seems to be a cache on my desktop that I can't get rid of.

Any idea?

Using Windows 8. I even cleared all the users temp files.

  • There is something other than a cache problem going on here. It sounds like you have two websites accessible. Due to the offensive language I have issued a downvote. – Ramhound Jan 2 '15 at 11:30
  • @Chlain: Are you sure you're not using a proxy server or something? Also, it could be related to using the www. prefix on one device and not on the other. Depending on your web server's configuration it may make a difference. – James P Jan 2 '15 at 11:42
  • @James: "www" does the trick. Thank you for your help. – Chlain Jan 2 '15 at 11:50
  • @Ramhound: Sorry for the language. I edited the post. You were on the right track too. Thank you for your help. – Chlain Jan 2 '15 at 11:52
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Using "www" in the url fixed it. Thank you James (see comments below).

@Chlain: Are you sure you're not using a proxy server or something? Also, it could be related to using the www. prefix on one device and not on the other. Depending on your web server's configuration it may make a difference. – James 10 mins ago

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