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Dear reader,


When developing websites my mac does not want to refresh the CSS. I gave it a background color and press refresh but nothing happens, anything CSS related I do is not coming though. When I modify PHP or HTML files and refresh, it works perfect.

I went home, got behind my desktop (Windows PC) did the same (with a CSS file) and its working perfectly. So it has to be something with my Mac.

I tried Safari, Firefox, manually reset (reset browser / clean cache), I tried rebooting my Mac, tried a .htaccess file with force refresh cache script bot nothing is working (for my Mac, on PC it works perfectly).

Does anyone have a clue what is wrong?

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I also face same problem as yours, css and javascript file won't refresh.
But this method usually works - type in css url in your browser

example:
www.yourwebsite.com/path/style.css

If you see css file refresh, you're in luck.
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This has nothing to do with the Mac and everything to do with the browser. Can you share some of your code with us (both the CSS code and the <link> tags if that is applicable)?

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Originally Posted by vansmith View Post
This has nothing to do with the Mac and everything to do with the browser. Can you share some of your code with us (both the CSS code and the <link> tags if that is applicable)?
^ Exactly what he said

Have you managed to sort it yet?

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