WordPress, GoDaddy and caching

I uploaded some files (icons) to my theme/site to replace ones currently being used - I've renamed these with a .old extension.  I still see the old icons.  How do I force the site to refresh/reload.  I've logged off and back on, I even installed FireFox and went to the site but I'm still seeing the old icons.

I used FireBug and I know I have the correct path to where the images/icons are stored.
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xmouserAuthor Commented:
If I follow the path to the icon I get the old one opening/appearing even though I can see that the new one isinthe folder using FIleZilla.
Dave BaldwinFixer of ProblemsCommented:
In Firefox, it should be F5 or Ctl-R.  Or it could be caching thru your ISP.  My customers who use AOL have to wait days sometimes to see changes on their sites because AOL caches pages on their many servers.

Have you tried loading the icons themselves in Firefox?  That sometimes works.
xmouserAuthor Commented:
I'm refreshing from my side I know how to do that.  I want to force a reload on the server side.  I've deactivated the site, activated another one and then gone back to the original one - same icons.
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Dave BaldwinFixer of ProblemsCommented:
Can you post your URL and maybe a screen shot of what it looks like with the old icons?
Check in another browser - that would identify if there is some caching either by Godaddy or ISP causing this
Access the site through a proxy - that often helps as URLs get remapped - that might eleiminate the ISP from this
If it is Godaddy (and it could be) then either wait it out, see if they have a way to force a cache too be refreshed, or store the images as a different file name and modify the code or css that calls them.

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Is the theme you are using creating a cache?

Look for a cache folder either inside the theme folder in wp-content and delete the contents.
xmouserAuthor Commented:
Is the theme you are using creating a cache?

I do see a cache folders on my local install that I test on.  As soon as I can I'll check the GoDaddy site.
xmouserAuthor Commented:
The only cache folder I see is under TimThumb.

I've tried a couple of browsers on different PCs.
xmouserAuthor Commented:
I'm finally in agreement that it's caching, but where are the files stored?  I went through my folders via FTP but didn't find anything.  I'm trying to get into the back end through GoDaddy.  I'm going to see if I can stop and start the database to 'flush' this out.

Thanks for the help.
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