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Why isn't my text showing up in Google or other browsers

Enthusiast ,
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I am really starting to NOT LIKE Adobe Dreamweaver!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

1. Why isn't my text NOT showing up in the search engines?

2. Why do I have to CLEAN THE CACHE in Google and other browsers in order to see the changes in Dreamwewaver?!!!!

Do I have to save each html and css file BEFORE I browse? Isn't the css, bootstrap and js supposed to save when I save the html?!

I really find this tool to be EXTREMELY difficult! I have been trying to master it for almost 15 years now and it's always the same old hassle!!!!

Yes, I am aggravated. Sorry.

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Why isn't my text showing up in Google or other browsers

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I am really starting to NOT LIKE Adobe Dreamweaver!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

1. Why isn't my text NOT showing up in the search engines?

2. Why do I have to CLEAN THE CACHE in Google and other browsers in order to see the changes in Dreamwewaver?!!!!

Do I have to save each html and css file BEFORE I browse? Isn't the css, bootstrap and js supposed to save when I save the html?!

I really find this tool to be EXTREMELY difficult! I have been trying to master it for almost 15 years now and it's always the same old hassle!!!!

Yes, I am aggravated. Sorry.

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Here is the html

Thank you for visiting

testing

testing

      <!--end of contact section>

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Here is the css

}

.active {

    float: none;

    margin-top: 85px;

    padding-top: 0px;

    font-family: paytone-one;

    font-style: normal;

    font-weight: 400;

    font-variant: small-caps;

    font-size: xx-large;

    text-align: center;

    color: #000000;

}

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Sorry for the meltdown. I'll be cool.

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Adobe Community Professional ,
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Chrome is not my favorite browser for developing because it has a very sticky cache.  Google thinks that makes Chrome a better browser for the web.  And it does for most things.  But it's positively annoying when you're building & previewing changes to your own web pages.   I use Firefox instead of Chrome.

If you're married to Chrome, use the tips below.  But you'll need to keep the Dev Toolbar Window open at all times.

https://www.technipages.com/google-chrome-how-to-completely-disable-cache

Nancy

Nancy O'Shea, ACP
Alt-Web Design & Publishing

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I'm sure that you use it but just in case

and you also have this one which is really great

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AnotherMe  wrote

I am really starting to NOT LIKE Adobe Dreamweaver!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

1. Why isn't my text NOT showing up in the search engines?

2. Why do I have to CLEAN THE CACHE in Google and other browsers in order to see the changes in Dreamwewaver?!!!!

Do I have to save each html and css file BEFORE I browse? Isn't the css, bootstrap and js supposed to save when I save the html?!

I really find this tool to be EXTREMELY difficult! I have been trying to master it for almost 15 years now and it's always the same old hassle!!!!

Yes, I am aggravated. Sorry.

This has no relevance to Dreamweaver

  1. It is the way search engines are coded. See here for more Why isn't my site showing up on search engine results pages? | Search Engine Visibility V1 - GoDaddy...
  2. As Nancy has said, Chrome has a very sticky cache. For cache busting see Strategies for Cache-Busting CSS | CSS-Tricks

The best way to work with DW is to get to know how to code in HTML and CSS while some knowledge of JS is useful.


Ben

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