Newbie - Help re-publishing


(Jayne Fletcher-Brander) #1

HI

I published a website using RapidWeaver7

I have since made changes to the site and although RapidWeaver says that it has been re-published it has not

MacOS High Sierra / Version 10.13.3 / RapidWeaver 7
Fasthosts
N/A
FTP
At point of publishing
No
Unsure
Unable to complete

Would really appreciate you help. Thank you


(scott williams) #2

Try:
file menu
Republish All


(Doobox Software) #3

You say you made some changes…!
It’s possible if you are using Stacks, that you have added a stack to your page that converted your pages file extension from .html to .php

So if for example you were previously looking at your page at
www.someplace.com/index.html
and then you republished with a stack that converted the extension.
Looking again at
www.someplace.com/index.html
You’d see no changes.
Because you’d now be publishing a new page to
www.someplace.com/index.php

This catches people out from time to time and may be the case here.


(Jayne Fletcher-Brander) #4

Thanks for this but it unfortunately did not work. It is only publishing pre-changes. :frowning:


(Jayne Fletcher-Brander) #5

Thanks for this advice. I literally just changes the colour of the font as it was white against a white background !!!

I changed the colour ofvthe font to black and now it won’t publish with the new font colour :frowning:

I’ve tried the alternative publishing methods but they won’t publish it either.

Thanks anyway


(Doobox Software) #6

What is the URL?

Did you try visiting both .html and .php versions of the page after publishing?

Have you cleared your browser cache after publishing?


(Greg Schneck) #7

As Doobox says… clear your cache. A color change would likely be CSS and CSS is likely cached. Clear your browser cache and try again. When I’m working on sites I use a extension which clears the cache every time I view my page.


(system) #8

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