My home page is not updating
If the internet light on your Sky Hub or Sky router is flashing, but you can't see any web pages, then you need to check your web browser settings.To check your browser's connection settings, follow the instructions below for the latest versions of the four most common browsers.
Please keep in mind that these steps will need to use Internet Explorer even if you typically use a different web browser.My Browser Does Not Display a Web Site Correctly: How Do I Fix This Problem? When I use my browser to visit a web site, it sometimes fails to load a web page or only displays part of the page.Sometimes I see timeout errors, yet at other times the site loads fine. There are many reasons why a web page may not load successfully in your browser. A web site’s developers may wrongly choose to use proprietary coding techniques that not every browser knows how to interpret.The location and folder name depends on the version of Windows and whether or not you are using user profiles.Many times website related problems are the result of third party Add-Ons for your web browser.Users are scanning for their query terms or other signs of relevance in the results, and a title that is tailored for the query can increase the chances that they will click through. Which is annoying in many ways, but not something we can help, sorry.
If you’re mad about it, or find it annoying, tweet to @John Mu, maybe he’ll do something about it.
If you don't have the latest version then we recommend you update it.
If the internet light (the one with the @ or smiley face symbol) is solid white or green, please have a look at our Fix your broadband problems step by step help guide.
Quite often we receive support requests for Yoast SEO and its premium add-ons, all asking one “simple” thing: why isn’t Google picking up my page title? It sometimes replaces it with parts of your URL, but it’s also known to add the brand to the end of your title, or just completely rewrite it when it feels like it.
People who changed their page title and see that the search results still show their old title are bound to think Google didn’t “get” the new title yet and they might even blame their SEO plugin. If we’ve detected that a particular result has one of the above issues with its title, we may try to generate an improved title from anchors, on-page text, or other sources.
However, sometimes even pages with well-formulated, concise, descriptive titles will end up with different titles in our search results to better indicate their relevance to the query.