Put this in the head of each file -
<meta http-equiv="pragma" content="no-cache">
It will cause each page to always be fetched in its entirety on each visit.
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"Mark W. Arney" <marneypurely-by-design.com> wrote in message
news:bepc29$nt6$1forums.macromedia.com...so> The issue here is a client side cache problem. Since people already have
> visited the site they see the old one and not the new.
> Basic HTML site not a database driven
> Since people are not internet savvy is there a way to force a refresh from
> the server side. Maybe using htaccess or something.
> Most folks wouldn't understandand about deleting cached files, or history> I want to see if there is an Idiot proof method to make this happen when
> they connect so that the new site comes up instead of their cached site on
> their local computer.
> I need some convincing answers for the site owner.