Website broken after update due to Cloudflare


(Steven-Anthony Winderlich) #1

As you can see on above link the forum of the TPSC YouTube Channel is quite nicely broken after a recent update.

So far rebuilding, restoring backups and similar didnt work.

Anyone having an idea?


(Bhanu Sharma) #2

if this is what You’re calling broken and You are using Cloudflare, Try purging cache! … Seems like a cache issue from a 3rd party rather than forum itself.


(Alan Tan) #3

Trying turning off Cloudflare Rocket loader


(Bhanu Sharma) #4

hmmm! … why not disabling cloudflare as a whole for the forum sub-domain altogether?


(Steven-Anthony Winderlich) #5

I dont have access to serv, Cloudflare or admin tools but i will for ward this of course.

This is how it looks like on replying to a post: Screenshot by Lightshot


#6

I set cloudflare to DNS only, purged everything, disabled rocketloader.

Issue persists.


(Bhanu Sharma) #7

A Simple Ctrl + Shift + R brought this to me!
what is the issue?


(Carlo) #8

This should do it:


(Bhanu Sharma) #9

I Guess Disabling cloudflare optimizations should do!

all he has left is some browser cache which can be overridden either on a rebuild or by ctrl + shift + R


(Steven-Anthony Winderlich) #10

This does work for me, no idea why though.


(Bhanu Sharma) #11

Glad to know it worked!

Under the hood there’s a lot that is stored in your browser’s cache to conserve the resource hits by loading redundant content again and again. sometimes, the obsolete content exists and that has to be cleaned before the new content can be downloaded from the servers. This is why it works and You are able to load the latest resources from the server where Your forum is hosted. Otherwise, one can wait for the cache to expire.


(Jeff Atwood) #12