I have a site that contains many HTML pages, which is updated frequently. It has a small number of regular visitors. I understand the issues surrounding cached HTML pages, and this is not a problem. The visitors always see the latest version of each page, as you would expect.
The ?n=1 tells the browser that the file this is different from the cached version, and so the file is refreshed.
That work's OK. My problem is that I have the above line of code on every one of the site's pages, so I will have to apply the above change to each one in turn. I can do that, but I am wondering if there is some alternative way of achieving my goal that doesn't involve editing a large number of files.
Thanks in advance for any suggestions.
Mike Lewis (Edinburgh, Scotland)
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