I was wondering if there is a line of code that I could apply to a page so that it will cache to ensure that the user is viewing the most up-to-date version of a page. We are currently exibiting some issues with this on our current site, for some reason our company chooses to change there contact information on a very regular basis and returning customers have been calling old numbers because they are viewing old versions of a page. So does anyone know a line of code or a behavior I could set to ensure that our customers are viewing the most up-to-date of these ever changing pages.
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Thanks in advance
P.S. Just in case somebody wanted to comment on functionality. We plan on removing the code after a few weeks, the idea is to smooth over the transition. I know that removing a cache completly will hinder usability espacially because so much of the site is Flash based, so this is just for a single page in a transition state.
You could use the no-cache meta tag in the headers of your pages...
Can you be more specific? I kind-of know how to read code, but I am still a total noob when it comes to writting it, can you tell what the tag is an how you would apply the syntax? I figured something like this would go in the head but does it matter where?