When I need to upload a new version of my file, I will delete the old version on my web server, and upload a new clean version. Sometimes this results in garbled images online. I tried the information from this question, but that didn't help. I'm running in5 3.8.3, and this is happening on Firefox 100.0 for mac. Also on Safari 15.4.
I can't expect my client to clear their cache everytime I reupload files. What is the solution here?
This is 3 separate elements: a line and two text boxes. They've moved completely out of place.
Try updating to the latest version of in5 which is currently version 3.8.7 and re-exporting your content. Make sure that when you upload the newly exported files that you include the latest in5.serviceworker.js that gets exported.
If you continue to have issues with your content, would you be able to send us your html5_output to troubleshoot? You can send it here:
Are you exporting a web app? The in5.serviceworker.js file should be created when you export a web app but not with other types of Output. The in5.serviceworker.js file is not in the assets/js folder. When you export a web app, it would be at the same level as the index.html file.
Instead of changing the folder name, you could try adding a query string. Here's how:
I checked with Justin for any additional recommendations. He said that he uses the following method a lot for testing: