Editing Lotus applets & disable browser caching

The following HTML should work for most browsers if you put it in the page header: <META HTTP-EQUIV="expires" CONTENT="0">. This is the easiest way, but not all browsers fully support it... Alternatively, you could generate a random value through a WebQueryOpen agent into (a hidden field) on the page, making the page different each time. This should force the page to reload...

This was first published in December 2001

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