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  • AGAIN! no-cache headers/proxys'

    vB: 2.0
    linux/apache shared hosting
    no-cache headers: on

    http://www.vbulletin.com/forum/showt...threadid=22661
    Added the code supplied by Ed in that post.

    STILL AOL users, who have cleared out all cookies and cache from their browsers (and globalnet) are seeing index.php from 4 days ago.

    Is there ANYWAY to get the index.php page to show current date/time/lastposts and not a cached version? OR is this out of our hands and down to the users ISP caching the page in a proxy?

    oli

  • #2
    It really does sound like a cache issue, but with everything you have set, it *shouldn't* be happening. If they cache this code, there's gotta be something going on on their side:

    Code:
    if (!isset($s)) {
      header("Location: index.php?s=&dontcacheme=".time());
      exit;
    }

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