And, it's spelt "cache" not "cash."
If you are using an external script try adding a querry and a number to the uri to fool the browser into thinking it is a new page... (the same if the script is on the page)....
<script source="myJS.js?2" ....
Or, in the addressbar: http://myPage.html?2
And increment the number each time you make a change....
Edit: BTW, an additional benifit of using this method is that it allows you to quickly return/retrieve a previously cached change.... such as if you have made six changes and incremented the number for each change.... you can call up the previously cached second change by using it's index number behind the querry....
Last edited by Willy Duitt; 08-31-2004 at 03:37 PM.
To clear Mac/IE's cache - close all open windows, then go to preferences and clear the cache, then quit and restart explorer. Then you should be good
"Why bother with accessibility? ... Because deep down you know that the web is attractive to people who aren't exactly like you." - Joe Clark
We had a lot of problems with 5.2 on the mac. It never wanted to clear its cache.
You do not need to change the file name...
The trick is while making changes to just add the querry and a number to the source call....