Worked for me in Safari 7.1.2.
Update: Unfortunately the top hit came back a little while later. I think it shows the top level of the site as a top hit if you visit any subpage a few times.
Me too. Christian Varga’s workaround actually works really well. I wired together a keyboard shortcut for it using BetterTouchTool as he suggested, which was new to me also.. yay new toys! I chose “F5″ as my shortcut though, as I actually use Command-E to eject USB keys on a fairly regular basis.
CSS changes on your Dreamhost-hosted website doing nothing? Try turning off PageSpeed:
This was the root cause behind a few of hours of frustration for me. The only reason I figured it out was because by random chance, I happened to wait long enough between my last change and clicking reload to see that I had done nothing and the CSS, which was previously failing, began to work on its own. This pointed to a server-side caching mechanism, and I remembered when I signed up for hosting, that I was asked about some kind of caching/optimization feature. Seemed harmless enough at the time. lol. With PageSpeed off, my changes appear instantaneously. I’ll probably turn it back on once I’ve finished primary development, but I’m recording this finding here in the event it helps someone.
If your CSS isn’t working, PageSpeed Optimization was already off, and you’re using WordPress, this page contains a few other tactics to try out.
Continuing the theme started a couple of days ago, here are today’s fortunes: