Delete the cache plugin all together… just deactivate and delete it. Then refresh. I see the same thing you see.
Also, what is this line I see in your code:
Are you using the Custom CSS to make your changes?
Yea, I’ve tried it in other browsers with no luck.
The plugin is all the way deleted at this point.
I’m using the Jetpack custom css for some minor positioning and re-sizing of elements. Is it better to change the actual CSS with a ftp client? My thought was that this way I was leaving the theme itself intact and could update it as needed without worrying about having to update the style changes I’ve made.
It turns out that deleting the W3 Total Cache from the plugin options does not fully remove the plugin. I found this page and used it to find the hidden files and deleted them. Now the site is live, but I don’t have a cache program speeding it up. Do you have another program other than W3 Total Cache that you would recommend. I suppose I could try re-installing W3 Total Cache again but right now I’m just happy to finally have all the changes showing live on the site.
I use Quick Cache – http://wordpress.org/plugins/quick-cache/. Haven’t had any problems with it.
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