6287Re: [NH] Frames
- Jan 19, 2008bensbach wrote:
>Have been told that websites are cached on servers around the worldHave you tried to disable your ISPs proxy (if that's what it is
>and these are only
> "refreshed" every so often. (?) Anyway, I cannot yet see
> what bugs the site may have, or even if it is there at
> Frustrating !
about)? You do it in the browser settings. Otherwise, try to use a
proxy located somewhere else in the world. The cache that's bothering
you should see it as a new URL then, and it won't have it cached. The
first one I found with Google. Just type your URL in the box.
>1) I do not have time to go manually updating largeIf that's why you use frames, tables isn't the solution. SSI (Server
> numbers of files every time the Contents changes
> (optimistically, I hope to do this more often in future,
> the site having been almost unchanged in seven years)
Side Includes) is. It isn't a programming language, more of a server
feature. Special tags in the HTML get replaced with the content of a
file before the server sends the page to the browser.
<!--#include virtual="/path/to/menu.txt" -->
Then you put all the code for the menu in the file menu.txt and it
will appear everywhere you put the above tag. Easy-peasy.
The same thing can be done with PHP and other real programming
languages, but SSI is easy and available on most servers.
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