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General Discussion

Jekyll updating pages takes awhile?

I am just wonder if it usually takes a long time to update a single page? (Lets say you edited a single line in a scss file)

2 Answers

Alexander Smith
Alexander Smith
2,769 Points

Hmm, try ctrl + f5 to make sure it's not your cache that's the problem. Template changes should be instant and content updates should be done as soon and a site build is done.

That seems to do the trick as well, but sometimes my domain is routing back to the provider I bought the domain from. (even though the dns has been transfered)

Alexander Smith
Alexander Smith
2,769 Points

Late reply to your reply. Perhaps it's an issue with your ISPs DNS servers caching things incorrectly or for to long. Try switching to OpenDNS or Google's DNS servers(either set it up on your computer or router if you want everything on your network to use it).

Edit: And, if you DNS servers for the domain were switched within 72 hours of the issue it could just be it hasn't propagated throughout the net properly yet.

I use Google DNS at the moment