FAQ Answer

FAQ Answer

You have published a new version of a publication, however, I can only see the old one, why?

Viewing CAA Publications – Browser settings

To speed up the display of pages you frequently visit or have already seen, your browser uses a Temporary Internet Files folder as the location on your hard disk to store Web pages and files (such as graphics) that you have viewed. This enables your browser to open them from your hard disk instead of downloading them from the Web; therefore, you may not always get the current version of a page or document as it is viewing the version stored on your hard disk.

To ensure that you are viewing the latest edition of a page or document you may need to set your browser settings to force it to check for the latest version on the Web. All browsers such as Internet Explorer, Firefox, and Safari etc. will have settings that can be set to enable this to happen. Please refer to your browsers Help pages for more information.

Finding Publications