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I'm trying to modify a web page. Everytime I look at it live, I'm seeing the old page. I've done the Misc. Script command to Flush Cache, but nothing happens.

Is there something more radical I can do to flush the cache?

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Originally posted by victorahugo:

I'm trying to modify a web page. Everytime I look at it live, I'm seeing the old page. I've done the Misc. Script command to Flush Cache, but nothing happens.

Is there something more radical I can do to flush the cache?

This is probable not FMP, but might be your web browser. Flush the cache on your web browser.

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This is an FMP problem. We run 2 web servers for different content. The Webstar server runs fine, the FMP server is really slow to accept changes.

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Try putting this HTML tag in the <Head> section of your web pages:

<meta http-equiv="Pragma" content="no-cache">

This should prevent your browser from locally caching documents. This works well for Mac's but I don't know about Windows.

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Originally posted by smoothdra:

Check out this link concerning caching:

It gives information about 'Pragma' and the 'expires' meta tag

I guess that is solution for browsers.

This case is about Unlimited WC caching something from database.

My HTML updates are not cached at all, but the database content is cached for couple of minutes or to the next change from web if the original change was done through FileMaker.

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