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Update page in browser without cookies' influence

Posted on 2010-11-27
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When I make a change to a webpage on my server, the latest version does not always get loaded in the browser, due to cookies.

How can I make sure that the latest version is always loaded, without having to refresh the page?
Is it possible to write some code on the webpage that does this, or should I turn of cookies on my browser?
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it not just down to cookies could be client proxy settings or cache settings...

you could just put some javascript refresh in page or a html tag refresh, but it depends on actually requirements
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