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Page Update Doesn't Appear on Front End

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  • Are you using a caching plugin ?

    I know that wp-supercache supposedly doesn’t display to the admin cached contents, but always fetches the database for a fresh copy to show to you, so you see the actual latest contents.
    But, who knows, or maybe you have another caching plugin…

    Also, are you sure your changes were even saved at all, when you click to edit the page, your changes, are they here, or not ?
    You can also use the “Revisions” menu to make sure, it’s in the upper-right corner of your post editing window…

    First try clearing your browser cache and reloading the page, or try a different browser.

    If that doesn’t do it, check to see if you’re using a cacheing plugin that serves up static pages and if so, empty that cache and try again. (Clear your browser cache again before reload.)

    It’s also possible that your webhost has an auto-cache set up, and you should look for a way to clear that via your hosting account.

    1. Clear server cache/CDN.
    2. Refresh Page/Clear local browser cache.

    Sorry for the delayed response! I solved the problem. It turns out the page wasn’t in the front page menu under Appearances->Menus. Since adding it, it now appears. Thanks for the suggestions!

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