I had contacted you about a year ago concerning problems with the winampstack and webpages not refreshing to reflect changes in php programming. This problem seemed to resolve itself for awhile but it is back.
I just downloaded and installed the most recent 64bit winampstack. (like two days ago) I completely uninstalled the previous version and did a clean install.
I typically have an editor that I use to write php code and then I open the pages associated with these programs using the localhost webbrowser. The problem is that if I make changes to the php programming it isn't reflected in the webpage when I refresh. I can clear cache then reload. I can reload 5-6 times and still get the old code reflected. The only way I can seem to get it to refresh is if I introduce a parse error like leaving of the ; at the end of a statement near the top of the webpage. Even then I sometimes have to refresh two or three times to get it to recognize the error in the code. Once the error has been recognized I can then fix the error and reload and it will display the new code most of the time. I have caught it still reverting to the previous code on occasion. In the console it constantly shows the 200 code which I have been told means it isn't re-loading. I previously reported this to mozilla (firefox) they said it is an error in the server configuration. I have to agree as it does it on both firefox and chrome. This makes it incredibly difficult to develop code. Can you please tell me how I can force it to actually reload the code and re-run the program? I'm happy to have it do this everytime as I am running this only on my personal machine and it is only a development machine.
I used indigo in the past and never had these issues with it. I switched to winampstack because it seemed to be easier to implement and included more current php and apache versions, however, this is making it very undesirable.
I'm running windows 10 on an ASUS bit laptop.