|TIPS FOR BETTER WEB BROWSING:|
Does it seem as if our home page and current issue never change?
We publish new issues online with the same frequency as the print edition. If you know that a new issue of the print journal has been published but don't see that issue appearing on the site you may be experiencing a caching problem.
The most likely source of this caching problem is your own computer. To remove the out-of-date pages from your cache you should clear the cache manually.
After clearing the cache you should quit your browser, restart it and return to the The Gerontologist Online home page. If you still see the incorrect date reload the page several times.
If these steps fail to remove the outdated page, this would suggest that your internet traffic may be going through a proxy server which is failing to update itself properly. Unfortunately, you'll need to speak with your Internet Service Provider to resolve this problem.
To return to the page you were just on, click your browser's "Back" button.
This Tip for Better Web Browsing is part of a set of tips
that has been developed to help you use The Gerontologist Online faster, better and
This Tip for Better Web Browsing is part of a set of tips that has been developed to help you use The Gerontologist Online faster, better and easier.
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