If the browser is set not to reload the page every time you visit a Web page, then you can end up getting multiple copies of the same document and hence replication or save comflicts.
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The method to avoid that is to put
"<META HTTP-EQUIV="expires" content="Wednesday, 27-Dec-95 05:29:10 GMT">
<META HTTP-EQUIV="Pragma" CONTENT="no_cache">"
in the HTML header section of the form.
Also, to refresh each page on loading, append a unique string at end of URL. This can be done by putting in @text(@unique). e.g.
This will generate a Unique URL whenever u call a Web page and it will fool the browser into thinking that it is a fresh page.