Yes, that's what i thought, but with my FF 3.0 the resources (swf,png,jpg) don't get reloaded. I have to reload the page (after deleting cache).
Something to do with the Apache configuration? ?? Thanks for the reply. Tim-Hinnerk Heuer http://www.ihostnz.com Laurence J. Peter - "If two wrongs don't make a right, try three." 2009/2/23 Per Jessen <p...@computer.org> > German Geek wrote: > > > Hi All, > > > > We have an application that generates dynamic ebooks. One of the > > (minor) problems (but yet annoying) is that when a user comes back to > > an ebook, they have to actually delete the cache and reload the page > > to not get the cached version which might be wrong because the content > > or even the flash application is updated. > > Deleting the cache should not be necessary, a reload should be enough. > (it certainly is with Firefox). > > > It would be neat if we could force a reload of the page, but only with > > a special condition like the ebook being updated or the swf. The swf > > and also the other resources are not reloaded though, because it is a > > get request. > > The request type has nothing to do with it - the browser will do a > conditional GET if the local copy is expired. Just set the right > expiry time on your files when you serve them, then they will > automatically be checked by the browser. > > > /Per > > > -- > Per Jessen, Zürich (2.8°C) > > > -- > PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) > To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php > >