problem! i can't update and publish my pages!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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i see pages on prewiew but in publish - no!! so I very angry! because i working many time!! 
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Drew N, Community Manager

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If you hit the close button, you should be able to work. I see there are 3 pages published today. Did you hit refresh on the published page to make sure you are not seeing a cache issue?
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How to clean Cache?
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why it work so!!! Slowly?????  we not on a Ancient Egipt Age!!!!???
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REFRESH: Try a F5 to Refresh your browser.
Publishing will be prohibited if you've exceed your page limit or your storage limit. Your account allows for 25mb of disk space. You are attempting to exceed that amount, so it will not publish. You may add 1gb of space for $2/month, or you can look in the file manager and see if there are files no longer on a page that you can delete to free up some space.
Have you tried a "refresh"? 
F5 = Refresh. If that doesn't work, use Shft/Ctrl/Delete.
Using this procedure intermittently provides solutions to cache and cookie related interference. 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 the 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 it 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. When you visit a website, your computer downloads the website to your Temporary Internet Files. The next time you visit, instead of wasting bandwidth and loading time, it opens the recently visited site that is on your computer. Clearing out your cache prompts your computer to download the website with the new content.

1.14.17: PAGE NOT PUBLISHING & STORAGE SPACE LOCATION?
Have you tried an F5 "refresh"? 
You may have exceeded your page limit? You may have exceeded your storage limit? You can expand your storage limit or delete unused files from you file manager. To see your used and remaining storage space, go to homestead.com and log into your account. Click the Account Summary, under My Account. In the page that opens, you'll see your site stats, including the amount of MB used and remaining.
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Is there anything not working? Do you get an error. I see that you have several gallery pages, a couple of which have over 100 images on them. This will make things slower as the editor has to load each image. I look in your file manager and see that some images may not be optimized or resized for the web. I see quite a few images that show 1mb to 5mb. If those are on a page they must be downloaded too.

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