Why aren't my blog posts displaying timely on my website?

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It seems where, for some reason or another, my latest blog posts may be showing in the Site Builder, but not on the blog page of my website proper. In fact, one post I made just today does not display timely in the main blog page; repeated refreshing of the page in the browser (Firefox 4.0.1 in Windows XP), republishing the page in the Site Builder, even deleting some older posts from the Blog Manager, have been tried, but don't work for some reason or another.

Could there be a problem with the blogging platform used in Yola servers as explains this?

And how many other Yola users with blogs on their sites have noted this problem?

Can someone help with possible workarounds?
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Emmy

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Hello Exaggerator,
I'm sorry to hear you are having this problem. We have had a few other reports of some changes being published to sites having some lag time, but it eventually publishes within a few minutes. This is definitely not ideas and our engineers are looking into it now. I have just compared your blog page in the Sitebuilder with your blog page on your published site and they appear the same to me. Can you let me know if you are still seeing discrepancies between the two. We're sorry for this inconvenience.

Kind Regards,
Emmy
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I beg to differ:

*In the browser, this is shown as the most recent blog post; but

*On the other hand, this is the most recent post, which should display in the main blog page.

(The fact of which was confirmed by visiting the page in the browser just after posting the latter; refreshing the page in the browser produces the same result.)

(To aid you in server debugging, I am using the combi Mozilla Firefox 4.0.1 in WindowsXP Professional, Service Pack 3, on a cable-modem connexion.)

I should apologise for the use of a rather prissy tone such as I am fond of deploying on occasion, but such is the case in episodes of frustration such as I'm now going through.

As well, do check for a pattern of similar instances of delayed posting times using the blogging platform, which may be rectified by doing a "clear-and-refresh" of the relevant server cache.
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I've been on my blog page a few minootas ago, and it looks as if the problem has now been resolved. Consider this case closed.
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Thanks for letting us know Exaggerator. We will continue to monitor things from our side.

Kind Regards,
Emmy