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Each time you save changes to your map file, you can automatically update Web pages saved from and therefore associated with that map file.

When I update my pages on my web site's server, I do not see the changes to the page on my website unless i press the refresh button manually.So of course I'm concerned that customers who have viewed my website previously will also not see the changes and be looking at an older page version. When I update my pages on my web site's server, I do not see the changes to the page on my website unless i press the refresh button manually. If you close it and open it after updating your pages, it will display correctly. Imagine all the browsers in the world constantly refreshing static pages? The server knows about the updated pages immediately, but your browser has to request them first..the manual refresh.So of course I'm concerned that customers who have viewed my website previously will also not see the changes and be looking at an older page version. Don't be alarmed, people that visit your site will see the changes once their DNS cache receives the new pages. When I update my pages on my web site's server, I do not see the changes to the page on my website unless i press the refresh button manually.So of course I'm concerned that customers who have viewed my website previously will also not see the changes and be looking at an older page version. I belong to several book clubs on line and get new chapters monthly.

Well, one site that I know of now I do not get the updates.They send me a newsletter to say the new chapter is out but it does not show on the actual web site.I have refreshed and it still shows like 44 chapters when I know there are 45 chapters for instance.The website will not update to include the newest chapter.What is really strange is that both of my computers do the same.Both are on Windows 7 but one is on 32 bit Professional and the other is 64 bit home edition. I have erased all cookies and all temporary internet files and set it to check for updates every time I open a web page.