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Hidden cookies?
I am working on my website design using internet explorer. I am having a problem with cookies/temp internet files still there. I delete cookies and temp internet files and then go back to the internet and the same stuff is still there. When I ask someone else outside of my office to go to my site, they see something different than what I see. I'm going crazy. Is is Vista, browser, or ISP? Help!
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Old 11-25-2008
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Re: Hidden cookies?
Hi,
Cookies aren't a part of this problem. The Temporary Internet Files are.

But, try hitting Ctrl+F5 while viewing the page to bypass any cached pages,
either on your computer or on a proxy server between you and the website.
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Hope this helps,
Don
[MS MVP- IE]

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> I am working on my website design using internet explorer. I am having
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> cookies and temp internet files and then go back to the internet and the
> same stuff is still there. When I ask someone else outside of my office
> to go to my site, they see something different than what I see. I'm
> going crazy. Is is Vista, browser, or ISP? Help!
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