Meta Tags and Cache.

Are the following tags correct? I update my site on the sever,changeing it daily, and I want return visitors to see all the new changes.
<META http-equiv="expires" content="0">
<META http-equiv="Pragma" content="no cache"><meta name="revisit-after" content="14 days">

Do I have to put these Tags on Each page?

Paul RiskoAsked:
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You must use meta tags in all the pages.

Your tag will do it:
<meta http-equiv="Pragma" content="no-cache">

All other tags are ok.. But i am not sure that you need them.
Here is a good link read all abaut this tags.... You will not be sory...


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Paul RiskoAuthor Commented:

Any addtional info would be helpful.

I was looking at ur user profile. What does ISS stand for?

I didnt fill user info... it is a lot to add.. ISS is miss-typed... should be IIS-Internet Information Server...

What do u need. I add my mail in user info...
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