No, that is not the solution.
The problem is that the content on gitHub from which the site is built, is not reflected in what github.io serves.
There is an unpredicatble delay which can be seconds or hours.
If clearing your cache/removing cookies doesn't work as explained by @yangciou, I would recommend reaching out to private support with the name and link of the repository you are working with. They should be able to take a closer look.
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It happened to me too. What i understand is you need to clear the cache of your browser. I try on other browser it is working fine. Please clear cache and try hope it works....
As the CSS files could also be cached locally, it would be nice if support for https://github.com/tkareine/jekyll-minibundle is added to GitHub pages. minibundle adds a hash of the contents to the filename, so that a different filename is used when changes are made, avoiding the cache altogether for updated files.
If you have / before you css file remove it.
<link rel="stylesheet" href="/main.css" />
won't work but
<link rel="stylesheet" href="main.css" />
I'm using GitHub Pages for my website at this specific site: https://putlockers.llc/. The problem is that whenever I push new files on GitHub, the CSS files do not update on the site. It just uses an older version. I tried making changes to the HTML file, and that works perfectly, but the CSS file still stays behind and loads an old version. It has been about 1 hour since I pushed the last changes, and it still doesn't load the new CSS file.
Just to be clear: the CSS file is updated on GitHub, but the actual website does not use the updated file. The CSS file can be found here: https://github.com/dexterAndre/LudoMath/tree/gh-pages/Common
This problem seems to have many causes and fixes, but none have worked for me, so that's why I'm asking here. I'm pretty new to web development, so please excuse me if I'm missing something obvious.
When I first started using GitHub pages, I also had the same experience. It is not GitHub’s fault, instead it is your browser. The solution to this is by going to your browser settings and reset cache and cookies. This should work. Another way of doing this is by using Git. You make your changes on your local desktop, and see what the website looks like by opening index.html . Then you can git push it to github and be rest assured that it will be like what you saw in your local desktop.