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Hi, anyone else that has the problem that you dont see the changes on frontend u

Hi, anyone else that has the problem that you dont see the changes on frontend until 30 min or more later? Any tip on workaround so I can see changes right away?



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5 Comments
  1. Sascha Gürtler says

    Disable caching while editing

  2. Cynthia Vanoirbeek says

    Clear cache on your hosting, I always have to do that on my Siteground sites.

  3. Drew Schlichtmann says

    Oxygen also has a css cache setting. I always turn that off during dev as it also can prevent changes from immediately being viewable.

  4. John McBade says

    Are you developing locally or on a hosted server?

    I circumvent all this by developing on a localhost. I can disable, enable etc at will. It’s also good practice as you aren’t messing with a potentially live site and all the setting on a actual internet host.

    I use All In One Migration to post the changes and then resign all the shortcodes (don’t miss that step). Some people like “Duplicator but it’s more complex to use and works out to be more expensive. AIO is a one time (LTD) cost.

    I use MAMP for a local host but Flywheel Local is fine too.

  5. Phil Feigner says

    have you used ctrl+f5 when viewing the changed page in your browser to refresh the browsers cache….

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