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Removing images from WP Cache?

  1. Hi

    I have recently been asked by a film studio to remove some images from the latest RoboCop film.

    I have deleted them on the WordPress Media section.

    However, the following images are still showing

    These appear to be on the cache and I cannot access it to delete them.

    Could somebody let me know how to delete them or how long they stay on the cache before they are deleted?


    The blog I need help with is

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  4. thatasianlookingchick

    i uploaded a picture to my image widget. then i removed the widget and replaced it with a new image widget with a different picture. however, when i post my blog link anywhere, the ORIGINAL picture shows up to represent my page. i had removed that picture completely, so why is it still showing up in the link to represent my blog? i deleted the cache/cookies from my browsers. this problem occurs no matter whose computer i'm on. please help. i want that old picture off my blog link.


  5. The WordPress community is one of the most useless community where nobody can answer even the simplest question or members come up with suggestions nobody asked for.

    I came across here because I'm running ArticleSetup script that has nothing to do with WordPress but assigns newly registered users with this avatar URL:

    but this URL redirects to which was the location of a image that I removed but stills shows up thanks to the stupidity of WordPress to whom nobody asked to store an avatar cache.

    At least not myself because I hate to rely on 3rd. party software or services like this where one has no control over things like this.

    If this is feature is sole for WordPress or sites hosted here, you should implement a way to prevent other domains and non-related WP installations could access such a service which I did not request and that I did not find of any help, but on the contrary.

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