I have a website, made in iWeb hosted through ASO. In iWeb I have two sites, "Mission" and "Church" (Mission is the default site). I also have a third site that I created, "update," which was created on a separate machine, and resides on the server constantly, but is only used while I'm updating the site. So, in my www folder, there are three folders: Mission, Church, and update, plus one index file. That index file usually directs to Mission, and from there users can access Church. ...update is used when I'm updating the site, and I replace the index file so users are directed to my "we are currently updating" page. Does all this make sense so far? ...My problem is this: It seems, that if a user accesses the site while we're updating, and are directed to the "we're updating" page, when they return, the browser still directs them to my update page, even after I'm done and switched the index files back to normal. ...If I remove the update folder altogether, they get a 404 error. This problem seems worst in FireFox (it absolutely refuses to direct to the proper site), and in Safari, pressing reload will usually fix the problem (still not ideal). Any comments or suggestions are greatly appreciated.