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You have worked hard on updating your website, however, you have discovered an issue - your website continues to display old content. This is where TechRepublic member joantomy has found themselves and has turned to the TechRepublic community for assistance in helping them figure out why certain devices continue to display the old content.
TechRepublic member joantomy writes, "I edited the contents of my website. I checked it on my mobile and PC. Samsung galaxy S9 was my android testing device. But I'm getting the older version in it in all the browsers. The newer version is shown in iPhone, Windows PC, and Macbook. Does anyone know why this is happening? Is this anything related to the phone software?Thank you!"
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