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HTML Caching?

Posted on 2000-05-17
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This may be a stupid question but...

Is it possible to get my HTML pages to cache before displaying them? I ideally want all content (graphics, text etc) to load prior to the page being displayed. Thanks in advance.

Leigh.
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by:anyanicky
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Try this...

<script type="JavaScript">
if(document.images){
 var arrFiles = new Array("1.gif","2.gif","3.gif");
 var arrGifs  = new Array();
 for(i = 0;i < arrFiles.length;i++){
  arrGifs[i] = new Image();
  arrGifs[i].src = "IMAGEPATH/" + arrFiles[i];
 }
}
</script>
 
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Here is another way to do it using iframes and layers

http://www.faqts.com/knowledge-base/view.phtml/aid/1900/fid/124
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