Bluehost Uploads? ~ stop server-side cache


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Don’t see your changes when you upload to your Bluehost website? You will eventually but it’s annoying to wait… This shows how to fix the issue and explains what’s going on. Please comment and share if this helps out.

Atomkey Sinclair

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  • Physical Computing
    Posted at 04:51h, 19 April

    It's "theoretically" faster to have caching, but more importantly it costs them less resources. Considering you're experienced enough to program your own website, I might suggest learning how to deploy your own web server through a hosting service. Cloudflare is actually pretty common in industry, and provides handy services like DDoS prevention, and theoretically will provide a cache of your website if the server were to go offline. Of course, it doesn't seem they give you access to change any of those settings.