desaiprasad19

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Hello,

I have one of my clients website hosted on Cpanel light speed, which is in wordpress, I have installed autoptimize wordpress plugin after that, I am facing some cache issue, I have hard cleared cache of my web browser, but the when I am trying to update any changes from Cpanel, that could nit get updated, it is showing me old things,
is this happening due to cache of the server side? beacuse autoptimize plugin injects css dynamically, I have removed that plugin but still in front end it is showing css files,

Thanks in advance.
 

desaiprasad19

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First of all , thanks for reply
No before installing autotomize , wp super cache installed, but deactivated it before installing autoptimize,
Right now , i have deleted the database, all the files from cpanel and added the backed up dB, and all files in which autoptimize plugin is not installed, dashboard showing me the updated files but the front end on domain still loading the cached files with autoptimize generated CSS

I am not getting how to fix that,
Your help is appreciated

Thank in advance.
 

Anupam SG

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Which MIME types exactly are not getting updated? CSS, JPG or something else?

Server side cache could be enabled. Look in .htaccess files, which can have cache expired time limit for certain file types.

Also, what hosting is this? Shared? It could very well be these options have been enabled at root level by server admin(though I don't remember if it is possible).

So, if you don't have any cache plugin installed(as mentioned by Tarak Nath) above, your best course of action would be to look in .htaccess file(s).
 

cPanelLauren

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To add to the suggestions already, many cache plugins add data to the .htaccess including wp super cache. These don't always remove the entries they've added when you remove or disable the plugin.