joining the party a little late here.. unless i have misunderstood things here this is a perfect situation to employ XSLT ( http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/XSLT). you can assign whatever attributes you require to the XML and then use XSLT to have the browser render the file as XHTML. On 2 August
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Append some junk querystring to the end of the URL, like example.com/index.html?20120803132400. Every time it changes, stuff will be refreshed. Wouldn't really recommend doing it for regular pages because it makes the URLs look messy, but if you're trying to refresh scripts or images, go nuts.
Sometimes a random query string does not work. Changing the filename itself works 100% of the time. Eg. style-scm-revision-number.css Manu On 03/08/2012, at 1:25 PM, James Ducker james.duc...@gmail.com wrote: Append some junk querystring to the end of the URL, like
Second that. If you can version the filenames that's definitely the most sure-fire way to make sure users don't cache old copies. James On 3 August 2012 14:39, Emmanuel Negri nna...@gmail.com wrote: Sometimes a random query string does not work. Changing the filename itself works 100% of