I'm building a web page containing some header info and I'm putting the broadcast.jpg and the vws007.jpg into it. I'm using a very simple html writeup and I'm using vws's htx to htm conversion. I've got all my timers set to upload everything on a five minute schedule.
Well - vws007.jpg shows the current info on the web page. Broadcast.jpg shows info from some time ago. I've done a search on my c drive and I only have the broadcast that's in my vws\root directory. The root directory on my web site contains the correct, i.e., updated broadcast. I refresh the site page but while vws007 cycles, broadcast doesn't - it just shows the same info from some time ago.
Is there a cache or buffer pool some place for wayward broadcast.jpgs?
My html for the jpgs is: <p> <img src="broadcast.jpg"> <img src="vws007"> </p>
It almost has to be a setting that you are missing somewhere in VWS. Check and double-check to make certain you are pointing to the correct folder and filename. Any little typo can kill you and may be extremely difficult to find. Also, looking at the sample html you gave, the vws007 file won't display unless it is actually named vws007. You don't have an extension for the file named in the img src tag you are showing.
Do you have a website we can look at? Someone on the forum might see something that may help if we can look at the webpage itself.