2012-05-10 3:34 pm EST
Typically, when you're looking at a page, you are actually looking at a copy of it that has been stored in your local computer's memory. This is done to aid in load times for web pages that are commonly viewed on your computer. Typically, it's called "caching." If you have made a change on the front page, and you're still seeing the old, then you may need to simply clear the cache of your internet browser. The article below walks you through this process.
How to Clear Your Browser Cache"
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