Another caching question.Browser Info Environment
Also, if I upload a group of images, place one on a page, then go back to the File Manager, the newly uploaded images do not show up—unless I click the arrow to show the oldest modified images, and then click it again to show the most recent ones. These images are all small (well under 1MB), properly name jpgs or pngs. I also ftp-ed a file in order to retrieve it from the "Incoming Directory", but the File Manager doesn't see that one at all. I have had some issues with editing a block, which then doesn't show the updated information or disappears entirely from the screen until publishing the page.
It all feels cache-related, but I can't solve it. The web server is not running memcached or varnish, or any other cache accelerator that I am aware of. It's a VPS, so I have more flexibility than shared, but not as much as managed.
I get the same behavior when using Chrome or Firefox.
Any help or insight that you could provide would be highly appreciated. I love the theme. The client loves the look and function of the site (still in development), but I obviously need to solve this issue.
Token errors occur when your session expires before you could submit a request/response to the server. So this might be a problem with your server configuration. One way to find out is to try and tail the php error logs while you reproduce those errors on the page.
I have also dealt with a client site before who had some really bad caching issues. And it turned out that the site was using a cloudflare CDN. After turning that off, everything went smoothly.
In your case, it really seems that there could be just one misconfiguration that's causing your problems and hopefully the error logs will show what it is. I'll try to do some research on my own. Please let me know if you manage to figure it out.