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Started by Bell GrantNov 7, 2021

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My web page sometimes ignores my css file

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So I am building an internet application the use HTML CSS and personal home page, and on occasion when I make changes to the CSS record, the net would not react to it and I'm able to even delete the entire file and still does not trade an element within the browser and I ought to copy the entirety from the CSS document into a distinct CSS document and use that one and after that, it works, however, it frequently takes just a few mins and I have to exchange it lower back so currently I have style.Css and patterns.Css and relying at the state of affairs I use either the first one or the opposite one however its disturbing, I assume it could be something with the server I'm strolling it on localhost the usage of the app.

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Techiio-commentatorHarry Lian replied 2 months ago0 likes0 dislikes

It is because of the browser's cache.

If you are using Windows or Linux, just go on the browser and hit ctrl+f5 to clear the cache. You can also click on google chrome's settings, then search for Cookies and site data and tap Clear data.

Or open Chrome's developer tools by pressing F12 then opening the Settings (F1). Find the checkbox labeled Disable cache (while DevTools is open) under the Network heading and turn it on so Chrome will no longer cache your CSS files and always load the latest version when the dev tools window is opened.

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