Unfortunately no such setting exists in RoboHelp. This issue could be being caused either by the individual user's browser cache or the web server's own cache. Through in the myriad of different browsers and trying to script something doesn't bear thinking about.
You could try deleting all the content from the server just prior to copying the content to it. Also rebooting the server should get rid of any cache on it.
@Colum - Wasn’t there a recent thread that described adding something to the generated HTML code to stop or clear the cache?
Jeff I think you may well be right. I've found the following:
You can prevent browser cache simply by including a special META tag within your HTML code. Add the following code between the <HEAD> and </HEAD> tags of your HTML.
<META http-equiv="Pragma" content="no-cache">
Let us know if this works Nikki.
Thank you both! Just to clarify, does this META tag need to be included in the HTML code of each individual topic or the HTML of the index file?
It would have to be added to each individual topic, but if you use a Master Page you could add it once there and it would propagate through to any topic it was connected to.
Thank you, we'll try this and let you know the results!