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AlbinoTexan

can you clear the cache of just 1 website?

5 minutes ago, AlbinoTexan said:

is that for all sites tho? i can't do that because i won't be able to log back into half of the websites. i used different email and passwords for every site. well email are different for like 4.

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Yes it's possible to separately delete cache 

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so I got banned on a forum because they thought i was not 18 (and you have to be 18) just because of a question i asked. and well i am 18 i am even willing to show them my ID, buy anyways. is there a way to clear the cache of 1 website so it doesnt log me out of every website on chrome. i have so many passwords ill never remember them all. i just need to so i can make a new account to talk to the mod who banned me. and you can't log out if you are banned.


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1 minute ago, thekeemo said:

Shift + F5 or you can open it in incognito

shift F5 just refreshed the page. but  the incognito works. thanks


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7 minutes ago, AlbinoTexan said:

shift F5 just refreshed the page. but  the incognito works. thanks

for future reference : shift F5 sends a refresh with a "no cache request"

 

the "request" is quite key here :/ it doesnt always work.

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2 minutes ago, manikyath said:

for future reference : shift F5 sends a refresh with a "no cache request"

 

the "request" is quite key here :/ it doesnt always work.

so if i keep doing shift f5 will it eventually clear it?


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2 hours ago, AlbinoTexan said:

so if i keep doing shift f5 will it eventually clear it?

maybe, maybe not.

 

but it could also be stored in a cookie, which comes down to finding said cookie and... eating it. (or deleting works too.)

ccleaner will assist you in that.

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Another way is

Settings>Content settings>all sites cache or something along those lines 


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6 hours ago, Sharif said:

Another way is

Settings>Content settings>all sites cache or something along those lines 

is that for all sites tho? i can't do that because i won't be able to log back into half of the websites. i used different email and passwords for every site. well email are different for like 4.


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"Politicians won't tell us the truth"

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5 minutes ago, AlbinoTexan said:

is that for all sites tho? i can't do that because i won't be able to log back into half of the websites. i used different email and passwords for every site. well email are different for like 4.

f34beac48ab0e515b5bdba6bee70a62a.gif

Yes it's possible to separately delete cache 


Current system - ASUS FX503VD

ExSystem

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|| Case: NZXT H440 ❤️|| MB: Gigabyte GA-Z170XP-SLI || CPU: Skylake Chip || Graphics card : GTX 970 Strix || RAM: Crucial Ballistix 16GB || Storage:1TB WD+500GB WD + 120Gb HyperX savage|| Monitor: Dell U2412M+LG 24MP55HQ+Philips TV ||  PSU CX600M || 

 

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