"Henry" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote in message
> Hello All,
> I want to return a gif from a php script. I want it to not be cachable
> "anywhere" not browsers, proxys etc. Actualy what I want to do is pass an
> existing .gif file as the output and do some database manipulation whilst
> do so.

Add a randomized cache-killer parameter, ie

<img src='counter.php?site=1&k={insert random number here}' />

Your script can ignore it, but the cache is
unable to guarantee it doesn't mean something
important, so it will force a reload.

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