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Are you still in business? did a tornado or flood get you . If you do not get my website up and published as the preview shows, my attorney is getting very anxious and I am having a hard time keeping him calmed down. I told him that as a professional writer, I could fix the problem with homestead on a more national basis so settle down. NOW HERE IS WHAT YOU FOLKS NEED TO DO. GET MY PREVIEW WEBSITE TO PUBLISH AND GIVE US ONE MONTH CREDIT FOR YOUR INEPTITUDE. I WILL EXPECT A RESPONSE BY PHONE IMMEDIATELY BEFORE I DECIDE TO GET INTO ACTION. AS A PROFESSIONAL ADDICTION COUNSELOR, YOU CAN IMAGINE THE MEAN SORT OF PEOPLE I DEAL WITH AND THEY WANT TO GET INTO ACTION JUST FOR THE FUN OF IT. I TOLD THEM TO HOLD OFF FOR NOW. CALL ME AT 816-468-4684 or 816-682-9839. I AWAIT YOUR PROMPT REPLY OR? DR GRAY.
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What's your website URL? 
Have you tried a "refresh" (Shft/Ctrl/Delete)?
Using this procedure intermittently provides solutions to cache and cookie related interference. 
F5 = Refresh: A browser works by downloading a page to your computer. Browsers will then show the page from your computer as opposed to downloading it every time you visit a page. This speeds up the process and lessens the traffic on the Internet. Depending on the browser, it will periodically check the website for a new version of the page and download if it has changed. If you don't see a change that you expect, then press F5. That tells the browser to go to the site and download the page now.

You can adjust the cache settings with each browser, but what happens is when you visit a website, your computer downloads the website to your Temporary Internet Files so the next time you visit, instead of wasting bandwith and loading times, it opens the recently visited site that is on your computer. Clearing out your cache prompts your computer to re-download the website with the new contents.
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If the above suggestion does not solve the issue, then let us know.  I show you have published changes to 3 pages today. If you do not see these changes, after trying the above suggestion, please tell us which page is an issue and what changes were made.

Unfortunately we do not have weekend support, nor do we make outbound support calls. If you still have an issue, please specify the page name and the changes made so we can take a look.
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Hopefully the problem will be resolved by the tech guys. Sadly, your purile attitude, lack of manners and embarrasing use of threats demonstrates clearly the type of person you are. I am sure the Homestead team will be nothing but couteous in their dealings with you, because you are a customer.  Me on the other hand am under no obigation and have serous doubts about your claim to be a professional writer, more reminicent of a petulant child. I do not doubt the problem with your website will be resolved but your behaviour on this forum is indefensible.  If you require some assitance remember what your parents taught you. Ask nicely and say please.

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