The visit counts of the latest two posts of my blog are stuck and don’t reflect the traffic the blog is receiving.
I published the first post on 30 Jul 2023 and the count is stuck at 1 view:
I published the second post on 3 Aug 2023 and the count is stuck at 8:
The stats of the past 30 days show many more visits for these posts:
I have seen this in the past, but it always seemed to be a matter of Safari caching things and not actually reloading the page. I loaded both of those pages, so theoretically, the view counts should’ve just gone up…
Thanks, I’m on chromeOS and clearing the browser cache did the trick. Now the counts are up to date.
I have another post stuck at a fixed visit count, 6, and clearing the browser cache doesn’t help.
This could be a result of the server-side caching we added in recently. It shouldn’t affect you while you’re logged in, but maybe there’s something odd going on. I’ll investigate shortly and let you know what I find.
Thanks, I confirm I’m signed up into my Write.as account when checking the data.
I visited it, so the count should have theoretically bumped.
Thanks but the count is still stuck. As Matt noted, this is a caching issue at Write.as’ end.
Yeah, you need to clear the cache to see the actual number.
Any updates? Visit counts are still being aggressively cached.
Any chances of a fix in the short to medium term?