3 Replies Latest reply: Dec 16, 2009 4:27 AM by Dimaxum
WisconsinMark Level 1 Level 1
I updated my Web site from iWeb. All the browsers see the new updated pages, but not Safari. It has been over a month since I updated a picture on my home page. FireFox sees and loads the new picture just fine. Safari loads the old picture. I just updated my about page, FireFox sees the changes and Safari loads the page the old way. Does anyone know why?

Dual 500 MHz G4 Macintosh, Mac OS X (10.4.5), Safari 4
  • Dimaxum Level 5 Level 5
    Hi,

    It must be in the Cache from Safari.

    Open Safari browser and select from the menu bar in Safari "Empty Cache" than reload Safari.

    When this is not working than "Reset Safari" be care full, don't reset the Cookies, this file contains the web log-ins that you saved.

    Dimaxum
  • WisconsinMark Level 1 Level 1
    I have emptied the cache and still the old pages load. I do not want to reset Safari because of all the passwords storied, etc. It does seem odd that the old pages are still out there stored someplace in Safari. Also, when you reload a page, why does Safari not go out and get the new page?
  • Dimaxum Level 5 Level 5
    Hi,

    Don't worry when you reset Safari. You can deselect "Cookies and auto fill forms"

    when you select Reset Safari from the Safari menu bar, a window will pop up and select or deselect what you like or not.

    Dimaxum