Persistence of the earlier version being published.

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I am not aware of an answer to this issue.

Republishing an update can take an extended time to show. This at worst is a frustration in reviewing the updated site. The preview as many have noticed may not be a true version of the final site. I am finding persistence to be at least 6 and often more reloads to show. This isn't a tenacious witholding by upstream ISP's etc.
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Posted 7 years ago

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Hello Gop,

From what I understand, you are having a problem where you are not able to see recent changes to your site immediately.

If you have not yet tried this, I can recommend clearing your browser's cache. This may help resolve the problem. Here's a link about clearing your cache and cookies, if you're not familiar with the process: http://www.google.com/support/account....

If that doesn't solve the problem, please could you point out the specific change you are making so that we can take a closer look.
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hi Justine thank you for answering this. i can say that the cache is not the problem truly.

I have another update facility which is not a web-builder but can be configured to feed into a site or viewed as a feed from the provider. this appears immediately on update. It really is Yola. I have seen a number of references to this issue but never seen an answer or explanation.

You asked for specific changes? How about all and any website changes in Yola ? :)
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Hi Gop,

We'd like to be able to assist you further with this. You can mail us at support@yola.com so we can take a look at your site. Please include "Gop" in the subject line, so we know that it's from you.

Thanks!
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Hi Gop,

Thanks for your email. I have referred it to our engineers and they are investigating the cause of this.

We will get back to you as soon as we have some more feedback.