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Nervous Nelly

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You geek guys have big hearts. Thanks for past help. I know you can help me again. :blink:
I recently transferred my website (with admin. help - because I'm dense) to to a new host. http://aprilboyer.com Changes we've made won't display. The webpages won't refresh. Initially, I was able to view it once, then again after restarting my computer. I have not downloaded the html files yet because of other problems. Their support people suggested a flushdns. That didnt help. :whistling: I also can't access the cpanel, as it still steers me to the old host and says "page cannot be found." I've contacted him (he's very supportive)

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dsenette

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have you tried clearing your internet history?
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dsenette

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er...and deleting your temp files
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Nervous Nelly

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Yes, did all that cookie cleaning. :whistling:

Was my question thourough enough?

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