i cant access the site thru google chrome only thru firefox

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  1. bjc

    bjc Trophy Wife

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    anyone else have this issue? this is since the new beautiful site... just wondering?
     
  2. AnneofAlamo

    AnneofAlamo Slippers IN sunshine? Even better!

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    I have google chrome, and had to go and clear out my cache. it cleared it right up! and it sure is purty here!
     
  3. bcgal00

    bcgal00 Say, "birdseed!"

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    I cleared out my cache and it still won't load properly in the store and here on the forum it keeps kicking me out and I have to re-enter my password to log in (again and again). Weird...
     
  4. bjc

    bjc Trophy Wife

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    i dont even know how to empty my cache...can someone tell me how to
     
  5. bjc

    bjc Trophy Wife

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    i figured out the cache...and now it works..thanks
     
  6. AnneofAlamo

    AnneofAlamo Slippers IN sunshine? Even better!

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    I'm actually on Mozilla right now, to get here...lol
     
  7. Kim Gehring

    Kim Gehring It's all about the 3-Cs: coffee, caramel, claw

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    Are you still having problems Rae? I'm on Chrome right now and it's working fine. You said you cleared your cache. Did you clear your cookies too? (If they're chocolate chip you can just send them to me.) If that still doesn't work maybe check to see if your version of Chrome is up-to-date?
     
  8. nfenchak

    nfenchak Where is my personal shopper?

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    ok - dumb moment - what is the difference b/t cache and cookies - I thought they were the same? I hate googling anything anymore - just find tons of too much information that makes my head hurt....
     
  9. KimJ

    KimJ Did you check in the refrigerator?

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    The way I understand it, cookies store info that helps a website identify you, so, for example, you don't have to login again every time you visit the forum. The cache stores things like images (like the page background, header image, etc.) from websites you visit, so that it can load those more quickly when you come back instead of having to reload them from the site's server every time you visit.
     

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