From: Jeff Johnson <jeff@je...> - 2001-03-20 14:11:14
> If I browse the few shop pages I already have with the browser's cache
> activated I always have to press the browser's refresh button (F5 on
> How can I handle this from within Webware? Telling the browser that the
> content has expired? How do YOU handle this?
This may not be the best solution and this code snippet actually redirects
to another page but it can probably be used to refresh the current page..
<meta http-equiv="REFRESH" content="0; URL=????">
From: Jeff Johnson <jeff@je...> - 2001-03-20 14:53:11
Oops, that tag actually causes the browser to refresh. It doesn't just stop
cacheing. The solution is relatively the same though, use meta tags... For
lots of info, try http://www.google.com and search for "no cache".
Here's an example that works around a bug in MS IE...
<META HTTP-EQUIV="REFRESH" CONTENT="5">
<TITLE> Pragma No-cache </TITLE>
This is an example of where to place the second header section<br>
so that the "Pragama, No-Cache" metatag will work as it is supposed to.<br>
<META HTTP-EQUIV="PRAGMA" CONTENT="NO-CACHE">
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