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Zwischenspeicherung im Browser für Ordner „css/“ konnte nicht aktiviert werden.

New Here ,
May 30, 2018 May 30, 2018

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Kann mir hier eventuell jemand weiterhelfen?

Habe Änderungen an der Seite vorgenommen und aus Muse per FTP-Upload hochgeladen.  Am Ende bekomme ich diese Fehlermeldung (für vier Ordner), und die aktualisierte Seite ist nicht online.

Ich weiß so gar nicht, was das bedeutet.

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New Here , May 30, 2018 May 30, 2018
Hi Ankush,actually, the error message is exactly as it was - I have Muse running in German, but I think you are right in your assumption that it is the same as "failed to enable browser caching for...".I contacted support yesterday because I thought that this message pointed to the cause for my changes not going live.  Support was great - turns out that the problem was in no way related to the messages I received after my FTP uploads.  I could have taken care of the problem on my own (felt rathe...

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Hey SteveFromGud,

I guess you have translated the error  and original error message could be read as - Failed to enable browser caching for folder "css/".

Please correct me if I differ, however if this is the case then the step taken by user in this thread - Failure to enable browser cache issue should resolve your query.

Let me know if that works or we will investigate further.

Thanks!

Ankush

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Hi Ankush,

actually, the error message is exactly as it was - I have Muse running in German, but I think you are right in your assumption that it is the same as "failed to enable browser caching for...".

I contacted support yesterday because I thought that this message pointed to the cause for my changes not going live.  Support was great - turns out that the problem was in no way related to the messages I received after my FTP uploads.  I could have taken care of the problem on my own (felt rather stupid), but I was mentally blocked by those messages and thought the cause was to be found there.

I was so relieved that the changes to the site were now going live that I forgot to ask what to do about the four messages (which, during the process of finding my core problem, I was told were "just" messages, not "error messages").

I read the thread you suggested.  There are, however, no messages relating to files missing or anything of the sort when visiting the site, so I have decided to let the issue lie for the time being.

Thank you for taking the time to answer my query!

Cheers from Germany
Steve

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That is totally perfect, so far the site is live and accessible no need to invest extra effort just for a warning message.

However, keep monitoring the site and let us know if you still face any further issues.

Cheers,

Ankush

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