rearding cache or something i don't know.
I don't know whether the issue is related to cookies or not but one thing i am about is this browser is trash. Just some Microsoft engineers might find it better for development, i don't. My live server is immediately reflecting changes to my port 500 yet the browser is not. i have to manually refresh the page in order to see the changes, i have tried using about:config and network.http.use-cache and set the value to false, cleared all cookies and data several times to ensure the browser is not caching the old version of the page, but nothing works. i am done with this frustration. I am going to uninstall this legendary developer friendly piece of shit if you can't help me out here cause i can't bear to keep my fingers on ctrl+R every single moment in my life would rather press the uninstall button. the only reason i am keeping this browser is because some legendary developers suggest it . I have set the cookies and trackers block mode to standard. Now i don't know what is the issue, i might have wasted my data on downloading this browser but i won't hesitate to remove it from my computer. Hope you can understand frustration of a beginner developer, done with code already, now the browsers are screwing me as well.
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Refresh where? If a programmer one would give more detail information as to the nature of the issue and screenshot for others familiar to follow. All this jumbo rants isn't helping to know the details. So one need to provide the code they are using or screenshot and site they are programming on for other program helpers that use Firefox to see what is going on. This site is not a programming site help it's only a Firefox browser help anything beyond that is up to what site or software you using to provide help with the programming codes.