Chris Shiflett wrote:
> IE ignores the "no-store" directive of the Cache-Control header, and
> this is the most common reason behind behavior such as you are
Exactly as I was worrying ...
> Get rid of "no-store" and just use "no-cache" instead to see if it
> resolves the inconsistency.
Where is this "no-store"/"no-cache" directive? PHP, Apache? I don't
remember "intentionally" setting it :)
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