Occasionally web pages do not load correctly when you visit and the
images will not appear. But because this site has been stored in your temporary
internet files folder, you will always see the incorrectly loaded page that got loaded
onto your computer, even if you leave this site and come back later. Clicking on the
Refresh or Reload button at the top of your browser may take care of that problem. But if that
doesn't work, try deleting the files in your temporary internet folder.
Deleting Files in the Temporary Internet Folder:
Sometimes it will take a few tries for a page to load correctly, so don't get
discouraged if clearing the temp files doesn't work the first time. Just keep
clearing the temp files until the page loads correctly and you can see the image.
Quick fix for Internet Explorer users: Hold down the <ALT> key on your
keyboard while you type the letters TOF. Click Ok when prompted and you're all set
to try the page again.
Quick fix for Netscape users: Hold down the <ALT> key on your keyboard
while you type the letters EEC. Under the Categories window that appears, click the +
sign next to Advanced, then click on Cache. Hold down the <ALT> key again and
type the letter Y. Clicking OK will clear the memory cache. Hold down the <ALT>
key again and type the letter K. Clicking OK will clear the disk cache. Now you're
set to try loading the page again.
Slow fix for Internet Explorer users: If you are using Internet Explorer, look
at the top of the browser. Above the STOP and REFRESH buttons, there is a word button
labeled Tools. Click on Tools, and when the new drop down menu opens,
click on Internet Options, then click on Delete Files under the General
Tab. Click OK when it asks if you want to delete the temporary internet files, then try
returning to the page.
Slow fix for Netscape users: Look at the top of the browser. Above the Back
button, there is a word button labeled Edit. Click on Edit, and when the
new drop down menu opens, click on Preferences... In the Category window
that opens, click on the + sign next to the word Advanced, then click on Cache. To the
right of the Category menu, you will see two buttons, Clear Memory Cache and
Clear Disk Cache. Click on both of those buttons to clear the Temporary Internet
Files stored on your computer. Now try returning to the page.