Hi, Roland,

There might be a better way to do this, but you could try to use the
header() function after your upload takes place to redirect the browser to
the same page, using GET. Something like...

if ($HTTP_POST_VARS['submit'] == "submit") {
then upload the file...
header("Location: http://".$_SERVER['HTTP_HOST'].$_SERVER['PHP_SELF'].");

Or something like that. HTH,

On the threshold of genius, Roland Swingler wrote:

> Hi
> I have a problem with caching on IE 5.1.4 on Mac Os X. (PHP 4.0.5)
> The page I want to use is a simple file upload page that works by:
> <?php
> if ($HTTP_POST_VARS['submit'] == "submit") {
> then upload the file...
> }
> ?>
> Rest of document.
> The form action returns to the same page (to allow you to upload another
> file).
> This works fine, but if you press the refresh btn, the file keeps uploading
> pictures. If you click in the address bar & press return, this does not
> happen.
> I have included the http headers to prevent caching as described in the
> documentation, but this hasn't seemed to work.
> Is this a quirk of the browser/os combination or is there something i'm
> missing.
> Roland

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