Not all changes in Lodgix trigger an update on the website. Some changes require a manual page regeneration for the changes to take effect. There are two ways to regenerate the pages on your website:
- Regenerate Website button located within Lodgix at Settings > WordPress. This method will call out to your website and request that all pages be regenerated. it's not foolproof, but for many it works just fine.
- Save and Regenerate from within Wordpress. If regenerating from within Lodgix fails, the next step is to regenerate the pages from within Wordpress. Login to Wordpress, and go to the Settings > Lodgix Settings area of WordPress. At the very bottom of that page, you will see a button to Save and Regenerate. Click on that and any changes made within Lodgix should show up on your website.
Regenerate from Lodgix
Navigate to Settings > WordPress. Click the Regenerate Website button. This will take a few moments and is not always effective, but is an option for those who do not have access to their WordPress admin.
Regenerate from WordPress
Select Settings > Lodgix Settings from the left navigation menu. Click on the Save and Regenerate button. This is the recommended and most reliable option.