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Brian H供
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      07-02-2003
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Errrrr...erm... Dave said:

> hi all,
> im currently making a webpage that is update quite regularly.
> Does anybody know how to make the webpage update when people open it,
> instead of just displaying the data that is in their cache?
>
>
> thanks


If they have set their browser to get the latest version at each visit, then
*you* don't have to do anything.

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      07-02-2003
i heard that there was some way of adding a line into the html that tells
the browser to get all the new data


"Brian H供" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
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> X-No-Archive: Yes
> Errrrr...erm... Dave said:
>
> > hi all,
> > im currently making a webpage that is update quite regularly.
> > Does anybody know how to make the webpage update when people open it,
> > instead of just displaying the data that is in their cache?
> >
> >
> > thanks

>
> If they have set their browser to get the latest version at each visit,

then
> *you* don't have to do anything.
>
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>
>



 
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Errrrr...erm... Dave said:

> i heard that there was some way of adding a line into the html that tells
> the browser to get all the new data
>


If you are talking about adding the "refresh" command, think again as it is one
of the things that people don't like to see in html, and you risk not having
them return to your site.
Just be happy that you get visitors.

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> "Brian H供" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
> news:M1CMa.1756$(E-Mail Removed)...
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>> Errrrr...erm... Dave said:
>>
>>> hi all,
>>> im currently making a webpage that is update quite regularly.
>>> Does anybody know how to make the webpage update when people open it,
>>> instead of just displaying the data that is in their cache?
>>>
>>>
>>> thanks

>>
>> If they have set their browser to get the latest version at each visit, then
>> *you* don't have to do anything.
>>


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