Updating content on web page
If that is the case, we will submit the request and add it the Submission History table.
However, if we detect that the page is still live on the web we will prompt that you can only submit an outdated cache removal (see steps below).
In general: The best practice here would be to store that code in an external js file and load it on every page you need it.
Over the years of developing websites for clients, I’ve learned that the age-old adage, “If you want it done right, you gotta do it yourself,” can be a two-way street.
Apologies if we’ve missed your browser in the list, but hopefully the majority of readers are now covered!
You can submit an outdated cache removal request for a page that is live on the web (HTTP status code 200) and for which we still have old and outdated content in our cache by doing the following: We will now check whether the page actually no longer contains the words that you've entered.But the fact remains that a lot of people still persist and use IE, so these directions will show you how to disable auto-refresh in the deprecated browser.Click the Start button, type “internet options” and select Internet Options in the search results.When a page is still live on the web, the Bing crawler (Bingbot) will revisit it in regular intervals to update the content in our index and store a copy in the Bing cache.However, changes can take time to be reflected in the index and the cached page.