Marine Traffic html

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Our customer has a subscription to MarineTraffic and we use embedded html ( ) to include their fleet into a digital signage.

Unfortunelately, if we change the code from maptype from 0-1-2 (standard map, satelitte etc.) this will not be reflected sometimes, even for many days on the screen, sometimes not at all.
We have rebooted player, delete the rvplayer cache etc.
I suspect there can be a cache centrally in the rise vision in the amazon web services? is that possible? Cause even if I try preview in the management console on a different pc, it still shows the old map
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Are you using the HTML widget? Do you have the same error if you create a separate HTML document hosted on rise storage and link to it with the webpage widget?
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yes, i am using the HTML widget. 
I did now try to create a hmml file, save it on the storage and view the link and the same happens there. It does not obey the settings.
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Hmm, does not seem to be a issue related to RiseVision. I get the same thing putting the .html file on different servers world wide. Will contact MarineTraffic for further troublehooting. Thanks.
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Frank, it appears that provided JS (java script) does not have any refresh code built in it. See if you can incorporate that. Also, try meta refresh, but I have noticed that it might not work with JS in the html. Also the same JS can be messing up RV refresh... I am speculating, I do not know for sure, but I have ran into refresh problems with a webpage that has JS in its html. And like Tri-C Metro advised, use the Web Page Widget instead of HTML. The HTML Widget can be miss and hit, and I usually resort using it only with the basic stuff.
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Thanks for those answers Darius and Tri-C!

Frank, let us know how you make out!