When I updated a html page, the old page's images either don't show up or are the same as the old on

I have updated my page on my website to have 3D characters, but since I replaced the heads with 3D characters, only a few 3D characters stand. When I change the folders name to something different, they are all 3D. Also, the person named pixelcookie11 was removed from the html document, but still shows up? What do I do?

http://craftcadia.xyz/staff/

Someone Please Help!

just change the ?i= value

for example
if your website is hello.com
open it as

http://hello.com/?i=1
to
hello network or 3 or any other number

@Casablanca said:
just change the ?i= value

for example
if your website is hello.com
open it as

http://hello.com/?i=1
to
http://hello.com/?i=2 or 3 or any other number

That did nothing, since now its the older one. Why? The html file has 3d characters and now its back to 2d on everything!

idk, have included no-cache meta in html?

@Casablanca said:
idk, have included no-cache meta in html?

What would that line look like? By the way, if I move the files to a different folder, it works.

Paste this in your tag

and don’t forget to change the i= value to something random.

@Casablanca said:
Paste this in your tag

and don’t forget to change the i= value to something random.

Paste what?

Oops, I think the forum doesn’t allow HTML tags.

copy the meta tags from this link and paste them under head tag.

It sounds like a cache issue. Adding a random query param to the end of the URL (like ?whatihate=cache) might trick the browser into thinking it’s seeing a different page, but that may not work for the images, especially if you just upload a new file to the same URL.

Additionally, I see you’re using Cloudflare on your domain. One of the speed bonuses Cloudflare provides is having cache close to your website’s visitors. Images and stuff not being updated immediately is one of the drawbacks of using Cloudflare.

However, you can purge Cloudflare’s cache through their website or enable “Development Mode” to circumvent cache if you’re working on your website.