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Having trouble seeing any changes on my site


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I am having a bit of trouble with setting up my website. After getting help for the warning messages I managed to get them fixed but now I can't see any changes I am making to my site. I have watched a few tutorials on how to do it some of which are on here: http://oscommerce-template-easy.com/oscomm...als-center.html. I have also read the Quick install guide and the How do I thread but after making the changes I can't see them on my site. I have tried using the file manger in cpanel and using the code editor also in the admin area of my site and also smart ftp. (any recommended programs?) Obviously I am doing something wrong. Is there any step by step guides right from the start? I am happy to do some reading if anyone can recommend anything. I am completely new to this and have VERY little knowledge about it so I need it to be idiot proof lol. I am at the point now where I want to pay someone to do it but I also want to learn myself.


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I'm also having the same problem. I can see changes made to .php files but for css file, any update (eg. change of colour) is not updated. I'll need to wait for 1-2 days before i can see the changes, although i restart my PC. Any solution to this? Thanks.

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Try pressing the <ctrl> key, hold it down and press <F5>

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