As some people know, I run a web development agency called Cohoda LTD. As part of our service, like most development agencies, we offer web hosting. To keep things as lean as possible, we deliberately don’t try to host email servers ourselves, instead we set up clients with email on Google GSuite (or Office 365 if the client prefers) I always (where possible) use CloudFlare for DNS, and found...
Visiting a url, but getting the (old dns) version of a page?
I was too.
Turns out that Chrome keeps an internal DNS cache.
You can view it by visiting the following ‘url’ (enter this in your address bar in Chrome)