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some php files caching and some are not
11-30-2012, 02:50 PM
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RE: some php files caching and some are not
(11-27-2012 11:28 AM)jamesdeanreeves Wrote:  Thanks for replying, GreenGecko.

I do have mod_expires loaded and apache is set to allow processing htaccess.

You mention waiting "until your current caching expires or use another web browser...". Why would I need to wait on the caching to expire? If I am making the changes to .htaccess, flush the cache on my Backend, and then run the webpage test, should the results not reflect those changes on that subsequent test?

The idea of having an expiry date on a file is that is is stored on your browser until the expiry time, so will not attempt to download the file (or even check) until that time expires.

So changes to the backend / .htaccess are irrelevant. It has it and knows when it's valid until. Look at the repeat waterfall on this very site for an example.
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RE: some php files caching and some are not - GreenGecko - 11-30-2012 02:50 PM

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