Our old website on our old host did this...
When you load
www.example.com it quickly redirects you to
We actually just setup a hosted shopping cart website.
We updated our registrar's DNS to point to the new hosts
ns3. We configured the software on the hosted website to handle
However when people go to www.mysite.com it doesn't go to the new site.
I still see the first page load from the old site, and then it quickly redirects
www.example.com/main. In our new site we don't have a
/main. So I see 404 not found.
Is there somewhere that I can instruct the browser to not use the cached pages?
The reason why I know this is the culprit is that all was solved when I cleared my browser's cache. However, our customers won't know to do this or would I want them to do this.
UPDATE I worked with the ecommerce hosting site and they did this...and it worked...
- They added a CNAME record that said www.mydomain.com "is and alias of" mydomain.com
- Updated SEO settings in the engine to: "redirect www to no www"