Frankly, I’m new to GitHub. But I’ve searched this site for answers.
I’m making final changes to my new gitHub website (toraware.github.io). These changes register in “Branch: master”, as they do in “Deployed to github-pages”.
But upon visiting this website, even 10 hours after the last change, the latest changes do not show up. Opening with Chrome shows an older version of my code, and my Brave browser displays yet an older version of my code.
Curiously enough, when I go into either Chrome’s developmental mode (F12) and hold down the “Reload this page” icon (to the left of the URL), and select “Empty Cache and Hard Reload” from the drop-down menu, the correct version then loads up!
But then, upon exiting developer’s mode – and revisiting the site anew – again an older version reappears!
I suspect this is a browser issue because when I surfed over just now to my site using Safari, which I never use, the correct version showed up!
I tried deleting my Mac’s cache files, but that doesn’t work. In fact, inspecting my cache files in ~/Library/Caches, I note that the latest dates pertaining to any browser’s cache files are several months old.
Is this a gitHub quirk, a browser quirk, or what?