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Thread: Caching

  1. #1
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    Dec 1969

    Default Caching

    I have a site that users are trying to access over dialup. It is very slow so we decided to all caching by not setting the cache tag. however, we since made a change to the default page, and because it is cached, users are not seeing changes.<BR><BR>(a) I know, dumb question, but is there any way to force reload of page and (b) if I can&#039;t then how do you cache images and not hte content so at least the images will load quickly if the page is not cached.<BR><BR>Any other ideas would be GREATLY appreciated.

  2. #2
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    Dec 1969

    Default RE: Caching

    Normally the best way to approach it is to cache just the images/related documents (external JS files, that kinda thing).<BR><BR>If you&#039;ve got access to the server, just set up caching ("Content Expiration") on the specific directories in IIS, rather than the entire site.<BR><BR>Craig.

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