Reloading an ASP.NET Application

Due to the load balanced environment we host your site under, IIS isn't currently able to detect changes to your web.config or aspx files. Due to this, you'll need to manually reload your application when making changes.

To reload your application, log in to your Hosting Control Panel, select your domain and use the Rebuild Application link in the Website Featuressection to reload it.

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