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Old 03-27-2009, 12:59 AM
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Theme Problem
I have searched the forum for this problem so i thought id make a new one since i obviously didnt find it... The problem I am having is when I go to change my theme on my website it does not change it. it says the current theme is the one i selected but when i go to the page its still the old theme. How do I fix this?

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Old 03-27-2009, 01:10 AM
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delete this thread!
Sorry for the noob moment.. I just registered with this and i figured out why it was not updating.. Apparently its not really functional with Opera. The problem is fixed!
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I rarely see people using Opera. I think more people use Chrome than opera (and i still don't see that many people using chrome either!). FF!
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Don't be afraid of asking noob questions.
I expect any browser to properly refresh a webpage when needed myself, so you shouldn't have the manually refresh.

However...
I'm not familiar with Opera, but in many browsers (and other Windows programs in general) you can hit F5 on the keyboard to refresh the window's contents.
Ctrl + F5 can do an even more thorough refresh sometimes.

This works fine on static pages, but try not to use it on pages where you can edit stuff.
Your forum page in visitor mode works fine, but if you're in "Manage" mode, editing your guild site, it could do weird stuff.
The same for when writing an e-mail in Hotmail, posting in a forum, things like that.
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