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[nycphp-talk] How to not cache an include?

Marc Antony Vose suzerain at suzerain.com
Sat Apr 19 13:31:00 EDT 2003


if i'm understanding you correctly, this probably has nothing to do 
with PHP; are you still seeing this behavior if you turn off caching 
in your browser?

you can put this in the <head> of your document:

<META HTTP-EQUIV="Pragma" CONTENT="no-cache">

i know it's not 100% bulletproof, but it's a start.  search for that 
on google.com, and you'll uncover a hornet's nest of anti-caching 
strategies.


At 0:29 -0400 4/19/03, Jon Baer wrote:
>  > Im working on an apartment listing site and a part of a header is
>>  included via include("header.php") which does a count(*) on vacancies
>>  but after entering a new place and giving confirmation "Vacancy was
>>  added ..." the header doesn't reflect the last added entry ... not
>  > really important yet annoying, any ideas?
>  >





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