Krishna Vashistha wrote:But when you load the css file and did Ctrl+F5 did your changes come through?
I followed your steps, it didnt made any difference. I also gave a try on my rest of the browsers, but didnot succeed.
So why don't you try something like:
File reference using a query string in the URL referencing the application version, such that when the application is upgraded (and the version is incremented), the browser is instructed to always load the new file and ignore any previously cached files.
//pass a query string when loading/referencing your css <link rel="stylesheet" href="<path>/your_css_file.css?v=5.2.2" type="text/css" />
Krishna Vashistha wrote:You must be missing something, can you replicate it on apex.oracle.com
I know its frustrating, but its more than for me too. Yes its the same instance I'm working on as i said earlier, i also tried deleting the css file but when i run the app, dont know from where its picking the reference.