I have a 3 drop down menus used in a form. Depending on what the selection is of the 1st drop down menu, the contents of the the 2nd and 3rd drop down menu can change.
I have all the contents of the drops down menus stored in an array in an external .js file. That way I can manage the content better and upload new .js files whenever I need to.
Since the contents of the .js file can change frequently, my question is how can I ensure that people using the form are always accessing the most up to date .js file without having them to refresh the page?
Basically, I have a page that I load with 10 input fields. If users have JS enabled I want to hide 5 of these fields so as to reduce clutter. If the user needs these extra fields an "Add" button can be used to display the hidden fields one by one.
Once the fields a filled in the user submits them for validation and if there are any error They can "Go back" to make some changes. The whole process works great in FF & Opera but IE lets me down because if you use the Browser "Back" button the Javavscript gets executed even though it should be loaded out of cache.
What's the simplest way to fetch a js file from the current website, then cache it?
I'm using dojo, which has a large js file when using the built version. As a mercy for dialup users, I want to serve up a tiny 'loader' html page (containing an animated 'loading...' gif) which, when loaded:
1. retrieves the big js file, and plants it in the cache 2. when the js file is retrieved, then sets document.location to the url of the real website page which uses this js file, and thus redirects to that page.
I am sorry if this has been asked already. I searched but could not find a suitable answer.I am making a simple RSS reader (using jquery mobile) and I need to be able to cache the resulted feed.To understand better let me explain alittle. I have a page where the users selects the desired category. After that he is taken to a different page where the titles of news are. here the feed is read for the first time. When the user click on a title he is taken to another page where I want to display the content of the selected news article.Sincethe feed was already retrieved on the previous page, I want to be able to cache it so that it won't be retrieved again.Any idea how I best do this?
I have a client that wants a site for people who are potentailly being abused, often by partners they live with.
He is under the impression that it is possible for there to be a "Button" that deletes the cache when the user presses it rather than going through the procedure of clearing the cache. I can see why this would be a goog thing to have, and wondered of js (or perhaps php might be the way to go)
I have removed the definition of a certain function from a third party plugin, and also removed all found references to this function throughout the code. The purpose of the function is to display an emoticon. However, it seems that if I refresh the page a few times, the emoticon appears sometimes, but not always! It appears this function is cached somewhere, but I have deleted my browser's cache already. Also, I can't figure out why the emoticon only appears sometimes, as if randomly. If the function is indeed cached somewhere, and I couldn't find all of its references, then the emoticon should appear always?
I have a problem, and maybe someone knows the solution.
Context : - Browser : IE 6.0 - Application server : Livewire Pro - Client OS : Windows 98 SE - Server OS : NT4 - I have a frameset, including several pages, but only one will be used for the example. -------- | a | -------- | b | -------- - a form on the main page (a.html i.e.) - a data is manually typed, then I submit the form => the action will redirect to a new page (c.html) - on this new page, I do a history.go(-1), so I'm back on the a.html page, and the data is still there (it's ok) - cache parameters : "check on every page visited"
Problem : - From the main page, if a popup gives the data to the form, so after the submit and the history.go(-1), the form contains NO data !!!
So, the data is lost when the data input is not made by hand.
I have no troubles with Netscape/Mozilla, but only with IE.
Does anybody know how to make FireFox to cache data that comes via XMLHttpRequest? Here is the issue I deal with: - On the web server (apache2) I have a static xml file test.xml - When I download test.xml using XMLHttpRequest, FireFox always gets complete test.xml from the server, thus not using the browser cache (apache sends 200 OK back to FireFox). - If I look into the HTTP request and the HTTP response, I can see that FireFox seems to always set the following request headers: Pragma: no-cache Cache-Control: no-cache - Apache always sets Last-Modified and ETag headers in a response.
I have a DOM manipulated page - manipulated with jQuery.The user follows a link on this page - but when he uses the back button all the previous JSON data is lost and the original (unmanipulated) static page is shown.This is putting a *STOP* on our project.I cannot find a way to cache the content - have tried headers and mod_cache in apache... it still simply shows the original page.To make things worse different browsers give different results.
When using the function to switch images as shown below, I want to check if the image is already in the cache to prevent showing the css .loading class. The .complete() object just made a lot of trouble but I couldn't use it probably. The switchImage Function is fired when pressing a thumbnail or a prev/next button.Is their any solution to check whether the image/url I want to load is already in the cache?
<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01 Transitional//EN"> <html> <head> </head>
<body bgcolor="#ffffff" text="#000066"> I'm working with some large images that are in markup but being processed into queued animations. If image is already loaded but I call $load will it pull image from browser cache? I want to use the success to do some size processing
I want to cache the styles of an element, but saving the ".style" object won't work because any changes to that are also applied to my saved variable. What's the best way to cache the styles of an element? (Needs to work across major browsers)
I assume this is because the browser is using the cached version and not the changed dhtml version.
How can I force the changed web page to be cached so that when returning to the page the dhtml version is the page I see with the added text field?