In the german apache Mailinglist somebody wrote some like this:
a) aktivate the modul mod_expires.so
b) Fill in the lines
# enable expirations
# expire php pages after a minute in the client's cache
ExpiresByType text/php A60000
But I don't really know if it works (:0
Thought about I maybe have to write
instead of text/php
Please tell me if it works
> > In browsers, my php pages are cached. All the code that is returned by
> > are stored. In version 4.1 this not ocurred, anybody can help me?
> First: Check if you send headers:
> header('Pragma: no-cache');
> header('Expires: Thu, 01 Jan 1970 01:00:00 GMT');
> header('Cache-Control: no-cache, must-revalidate, private');
> Second: If your appache sends "HTTP 1.0" try to change to "HTTP 1.1".
> "HTTP 1.0" "do not know" Cache-Control.
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