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From Bill Morris <>
Subject cache control
Date Thu, 12 Dec 1996 03:54:54 GMT
I am having cache control problems...
multiviews works great but if someone changes their settings
and does an if-modified-since it responds with a 304 not modified

Initial image loaded...|-|crack|[11/Dec/1996:21:38:05 -0500]|"GET
/images/headers/agent HTTP/1.0"|200|-|Mozilla/3.01 (Macintosh; U;
PPC)|-|Apache=bmorris1013848662884387; Nav=11

after I hit reload... ( and set Accept-Language: ja)|-|crack|[11/Dec/1996:21:38:55 -0500]|"GET
/images/headers/agent HTTP/1.0"|304|-|Mozilla/3.01 (Macintosh; U;
PPC)|-|Apache=bmorris1013848662884387; Nav=11

After I hit Super-reload... (Accept-Language: ja)|-|crack|[11/Dec/1996:21:39:02 -0500]|"GET
/images/headers/agent HTTP/1.0"|200|5001|Mozilla/3.01 (Macintosh; U;
PPC)|-|Apache=bmorris1013848662884387; Nav=11

What I think I need to do is send them is
Cache-Control: must-revalidate

but I need this to tell them they need to renegotiate
the entire site... will this do that?

does netscape support this? how does netscape suggest this is done...


and Why the hell wont netscape send
Accept: image/gif, image/x-xbitmap, image/jpeg, video/quicktime, */*
when the quicktime plugin is installed?!?!

kill kill kill...

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