The most popular method is to put the following in an ASP page:<BR><BR><%<BR><BR>Response.Expires=-1441<BR><BR>%><BR><BR>This tells the browser on the client side to expire the page from the cache 24 hours and 1 minute ago (based on the server clock). The 24 hours and 1 minute adjusts for differences in time between the client and the server.<BR><BR>Another way is to set the content expiration of your site in the Internet Service Manager. This allows you to control the expiration of your content in a global fashion.
My shoppingcart.asp says:<BR><BR>response.cookies("items").expires=now +10<BR><BR>Shouldn't this make the page expire after 10 minutes ? It doesn't, when a user returns days later the same contents of the cart is still displayed. Or what about the "<meta HTTP-EQUIV="Expires" CONTENT="[Date Value]">" command ? Would this have an effect on the cookies ?<BR>Could someone help me here ?<BR><BR>Thanx, Espen<BR>