Browser not updating website


27-Jun-2020 13:51

It is like something in IE9 has got a hold of the old pages and files and will not release them. I am using IE 6.0 and using windows XP home version and using a cable modem ( no router). 6 days later when trying to view my site it goes to the old server not the new server..If you cannot make it manually then there is no reason to check wizard.Check if you can create and deploy a new file so that you can see if you could browse it online. The file that I tried to manually update was an ascx file and doesn’t work.

I tried to delete the browser history in IE 9, no joy.

But if I open the page in the browser the update is not there.

When I check the contents folder of the web application on the server the file is updated.

You have to give such things a few days to change after you move. You have to give such things a few days to change after you move. Like I said its be over 9 days now since I moved the site it should have updated for me by now if there wasn't a problem I would think Thanks for your help and repsonses.

Look at IPCONFIG /ALL and note which DNS entries there are. Look at IPCONFIG /ALL and note which DNS entries there are. I can't comment since you have the IP addresses of the DNS that is handing out the wrong address.Here is the result of PING Ping 216.193.211.2[hurricaneadvisories.com]Round trip time to 216.193.211.2: 49 ms Round trip time to 216.193.211.2: 48 ms Round trip time to 216.193.211.2: 49 ms Round trip time to 216.193.211.2: 49 ms Round trip time to 216.193.211.2: 50 ms Timed out Round trip time to 216.193.211.2: 49 ms Round trip time to 216.193.211.2: 50 ms Round trip time to 216.193.211.2: 49 ms Round trip time to 216.193.211.2: 49 ms Average time over 10 pings: 44.2 ms Here is what is in my Host file# Copyright (c) 1993-1999 Microsoft Corp.## This is a sample HOSTS file used by Microsoft TCP/IP for Windows.## This file contains the mappings of IP addresses to host names. The IP address should# be placed in the first column followed by the corresponding host name.# The IP address and the host name should be separated by at least one# space.## Additionally, comments (such as these) may be inserted on individual# lines or following the machine name denoted by a '#' symbol.## For example:## 1.97 com # source server# .10 com # x client host127.0.0.1 localhost Here is the result of the tracert Microsoft Windows XP [Version 5.1.2600](C) Copyright 1985-2001 Microsoft Corp.