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    Default Browers Refresh does not work when html is updated.

    When I updated my html pages the changes are not updated when I click through the navigational links.

    It will update if I use F5 to refresh the cache.

    Is there a script to automatically update the users cache so that any changes I make to the pages they will get automatically get the new updates.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Girard Ibanez View Post
    When I updated my html pages the changes are not updated when I click through the navigational links.
    Yes, they are cached.

    Is there a script to automatically update the users cache so that any changes I make to the pages they will get automatically get the new updates.
    No.

    Ensure that your server is sending appropriate cache-related headers. Note that that does not mean disabling caching, it just means controlling it, appropriately.

    Mike

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