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Hello All,


I regulary update a fixture page with results and when I upload the page it takes quite a bit before it loads with the new content. I read that I could use


<meta http-equiv="pragma" content="no-cache">

would this do the rick?


Than you as always,


Best wishes


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  • 2 weeks later...

Yes it would help. For you own testing I would place the cache to 0 on your browser too so it calls up the new version every time.


The Cache is used to speed surfing. It keeps copies of the web sites you visit on your drive, so it can call that up faster than traveling the web to get a new page. But that means it is not always the up to date info. Most users never change it. That is likely the best method.

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