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    This morning I made a couple of adjustments to a class with our CSS file for some sizing adjustment to accommodate an image that appears on our home page. I noticed that the changes were not implemented in my page view or within the browser developer tools until I cleared the cache in my browser. this resolved the issue for me, but I have noticed that many of my co-worker's pageviews haven't updated to reflect the changes in the CSS file. There seems to be some sort of disconnect between the CSS file in the FTP files and implementation on the site. Is there some way to resolve this without having to ask that all our staff clear browser cache?



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      Assuming the CSS in your site's skin/theme was added using the
      tags, you should be able to log in as host, then in the Persona bar click Cog (Settings) → Servers → Server Settings. Scroll down to Client Resource Management and click Increment Version. I seem to remember that helps with the "cache busting".

      (this is for DNN9.x - older versions will be slightly different)
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