This may not be a Webflow problem, but surely someone knows this answer. At least some visitors to my website, www.InspirationAlcona.org, are getting cached versions from last year (with last year’s prices) instead of the newly published version. How can I make this go away?
I’m sure you’ve tried republishing your site.
Most likely it’s their browser’s cache that’s the issue. Do you run your site through an external CDN like Cloudflare?
Thanks, Mikhail. Yes, the users are seeing the site from – who knows? –
maybe 20 or 30 republishings ago.
I don’t use a CDN; we don’t have big traffic issues (sob) because we target
a narrow audience, with most of our folks coming from Michigan.
Is there anything I can do to convince search engines to trash the cache?
Are you hosting with Webflow or elsewhere?
Did you set a primary domain for your site? Did you point both root domain and www subdomains correctly?
This turned out to be conflicts in the hosting setup, not related to Webflow.
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