netscape caching with frames (response.expires)

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    Default netscape caching with frames (response.expires)

    In netscape if you minimize then maximize a site with frames, the browser will refresh the entire frameset and either go back to the way the frameset was first displayed (before you clicked on any links) or it will give the following error:<BR><BR>This document resulted from a POST operation and has expired from the cache. If you wish you can repost the form data to recreate the<BR>document by pressing the reload button.<BR><BR>I attempted changing the Response.Expires value to 60 minutes from 0 in the main asp page. This worked, but it caused other caching errors, so I had to change it back to zero.<BR><BR>Is there another way to allow this information to cache so that netscape doesn&#039t refresh the frames?<BR><BR>Thanks. <BR><BR>

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    Manoj Guest

    Default RE: netscape caching with frames (response.expires

    Try the Cache opttion in Preferences Menu.<BR><BR>-Manoj

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