Questions, Insights, & Responses

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#27 - The need to use <F5> to refresh/reload webpages that have changed

by Robert Nguyen Cramer

This BibleTexts website administrator has very much enjoyed questions and insights that have been emailed to him ever since this site was launched in September of 1996. On this page I share with BibleTexts browsers a few of the questions, insights, and responses, so that we all can further learn from and with each other.


Question/insight #27: "I click on the 'next' week's lesson and usually only get the current week. Have I done something wrong?"

Response #27: No, you haven't done anything wrong. That either indicates that I just haven't prepared next week's study aid yet or your browser (Netscape, Internet Explorer, AOL browser, etc.) is still showing you the old webpages (due to caching). To make sure that you have most updated version of any webpage, at any time you can press the <F5> key and/or click on your browser's "Refresh" or "Reload" button.

I try to prepare the next week's BibleTexts study aid as early as possible, but attending to family, church, and work responsibilities sometime I am not able to complete the new BibleTexts Study Aid until early Monday morning. (Preparing it does require quite a bit of time each week.)


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