Caching on pages with forms

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    Rob Guest

    Default Caching on pages with forms

    I have an application that shows the items in the cart.<BR>I would love to cache the images on the pages so only <BR>the cart updates. Is this possible?<BR><BR>Thanks,<BR><BR>Rob

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    Dec 1969

    Default RE: Caching on pages with forms

    Not quite sure what you mean. The images should be cached by the browser anyway. Perhaps you are saying that you want to only update a portion of the page, rather than repainting the whole page. Is that it?<BR><BR>If so, you can do this (at least) two ways. First, you can consider using frames. Depending on the layout of your page, this can be quite easy and efficient. You can even make the frames borderless so that it does not upset the balance of your layout. Second, you may want to investigate &#039remote scripting&#039. This allows you to do what you want, but involves learning some new technologies. It can be, however, pretty cool for what you are trying to do.

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