I've got a website that's mostly one big flash file. Whenever
I update that file, people coming to the site will have to dump
their cache files in order to see the changes made to the new flash
file. Is there a way to make this happen automatically so whenever
someone comes to the site they will immediately see the new file
instead of the old one in their internet cache?
Never mind; I just found the answer using a header tag:
<!-- BEGIN INSERT --><META HTTP-EQUIV="Expires"
CONTENT="Mon, 04 Dec 2007 21:29:02 GMT"><!-- END INSERT
Put in any date from the past (as in before today's date) and
it will force the surfer to download the latest flash file every
time they bring up a new browser window to surf that webpage. Place
this tag between <head> and </head>. Works