It was recently brought to my attention that, since the change to the site, some people were seeing older information on the Home page instead of the most recent updates. This was apparently happening in Internet Explorer 7, although other browsers may have been similarly affected.
I did a little research on page caches, etc., and I've added some code to the header file that should make the browser check for updated pages more frequently. If you are still experiencing this problem, you can try doing the following steps, which should hopefully clear up the problem right away for you:
- Click on the Tools menu, then on Internet Options at the bottom of the menu. (You can also open Internet Options through the Control Panel.)
- On the first tab in the Internet Options window (General), there is a section called Browsing History. Click on the Delete button. (This will open another dialog window.)
- Make sure that the Temporary Internet files box is checked, and the Preserve favorite website data box is unchecked. (You can leave the others unchecked.) Click on the Delete button, which will clean out the cached files and close that window.
- Finally, click on the Advanced tab (on the far right of the Internet Options window), then scroll down to the Security section at the bottom of the list of options. Look for the Empty Temporary Internet Files folder when browser is closed box and make sure that it is checked. Click on the Apply button, then on OK to close the window.
Reload the web site and you should hopefully see the current information of the Home page. Please let me know if it doesn't work.
(I should also mention that I am currently using the Internet Explorer 8 Beta 2 browser, so your Internet Options window may be a little different. Let me know if my instructions, above, don't much up with the options that you see.)