Browser not updating page
Alternatively, you could clear your browser's cache, which is also covered by the wiki article. Now refresh your page as usual, and you'll see all http request like this: If the css file status is 304, means browser ask the server the css file, and server says: "no, you don't need to ask me, I gave you the css file before, it has not changed." If the css file status is 200, but the size is Depending on the browser, it might be a caching problem.There may be a setting in your browser that is preventing the Cache from updating. The reason I ask, is Firefox and Chrome handle this way differently.As long as you are regularly installing the latest Windows updates from Microsoft, you should have the latest version of Internet Explorer.On an Android tablet or phone, the Chrome browser should automatically get updated.I would suggest maybe re-installing your browser because this definitely appears to be a local issue, but not affiliated with the css itself.Some Web pages do not have static text, but rather automatically update even while you are viewing them.A professional writer since 1998 with a Bachelor of Arts in journalism, John Lister ran the press department for the Plain English Campaign until 2005.He then worked as a freelance writer with credits including national newspapers, magazines and online work.
Check the box marked "Warn me when websites try to redirect or reload the page." Pages will now not automatically update and instead will ask you to click an on-screen prompt when you are ready for an update. You could get a virus by just viewing a malicious website.When coding my website, I save HTML and CSS docs then refresh my browser to see the changes.Examples include pages that have live reports on sports events or election results.This can be frustrating if the text is updating faster than you can read a particular section -- especially if the information is important to your company.