How to get rid of cached CSS?
This site then has links to other pages. These pages also work fine when loaded individually, i.e. by typing the address in the browser.
However, when I go to one of these other pages by clicking on the link in my bookmark bubble-enabled page, it seems that the bookmark bubble's CSS styles are still applied to anything which I don't have explicit styles for.
If I hit the refresh button, it all goes back to looking fine.
I've found various suggestions for forcing reload of CSS which has changed, but I don't want to reload it (in this case, what's wanted is the absolute bog standard styling for a select).
As this is intended for mobile devices, I'm reluctant to force "do not cache" on the whole page.
Any suggestions for the best way to proceed? I can restyle the selects myself in my own CSS, but that seems like overkill since I don't think there's a way to say "everything: default".
I see the same issue in IE and Firefox, and whether the page which has the CSS file in it is html or php. (The called page is always php).
I think what I'm basically asking is "how do I make
<a href="mynewpage.php"> behave like typing mynewpage.php into the browser address bar?"
Many thanks for any insight!