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IE6: Is there an option to "always reload images/graphics" on a web page?

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The title is pretty self-explanitory: IE6: Is there an option to "always reload images/graphics" on a web page?
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Yep sure is.

Open up IE 6 and go to Tools>Internet Options

Select the General tab

Click on settings, you will find some radio buttons in there for reloading webpages.   Just choose which one you need...

Good luck Sire!

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Thanks for accepted ... nice to help you teedubya (t w)   :)
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teedubya thanks for the comment and you are very very very welcome :)
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