[Seaside] Caching with Firefox
rebmekop at gmail.com
Wed Dec 20 12:45:48 UTC 2006
As a sidenote.
On searching the answer for our problem, I've read this post
I created a WAComponent, which have a 100K byte long style method and
renders a no-op link .
The request for that css, when refreshing the page in firefox, has an extra
Cache-Control max-age=0 header compared to the request sent, when
clicking on the no-op link.
I tried this with ie also: it was slow when refreshing, and fast when
clicking the link. So it behaved the same way as firefox did.
On 12/20/06, Göran Krampe <goran at krampe.se> wrote:
> Hi again!
> Ok, I think this is related to the Apache proxying I set up (which is
> broken right now). I had "NoCache *" and that might cause problems. :)
> Anyway, I don't have time right now to figure out how to get this working
> - this is a jungle (proxying, rewriting, HTML maps, Seaside config etc
> etc) and unfortunately I still use Apache 1.3.33 (so a lot of advice don't
> fit I think).
> If anyone has a setup working for apache 1.3.33 I am all ears. :) I am
> already using mod_proxy and mod_rewrite for other stuff.
> regards, Göran
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