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Trouble with cached html in a frame.

Kevin Cornwell
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Joined: Feb 01, 2005
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I am using a wysiwyg (CuteEditor) editor in a one of my frames. After I exit the editor, by clicking another link in another frame, then click on the link for the html that was just edited, I get the old unedited version of the page. I have tried putting a no-cache header on the server but that breaks my download links to my .doc files.

Is there a way to prevent the browser from caching within a CSS or some other idea?

Thanks again,
Kevin C.


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Yuriy Zilbergleyt
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Joined: Dec 13, 2004
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I have tried putting a no-cache header on the server but that breaks my download links to my .doc files.

You can route your file access through streaming on the server - a servlet for example. That way the servlet can set the headers for whatever file it streams to the user.

-Yuriy
Eric Pascarello
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CSs has nothing to do with cache. There are the no-cache meta tags, but they tend not to work. The real solution for you would be change your browser to check for new pages all the time. The other thing that can be done is to append a timestamp to the links as a query string variable. That forces the browser to check for a new version since it thinks data is beeing submitted.

Eric
 
I agree. Here's the link: http://aspose.com/file-tools
 
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