HTML No Cache


HTML No Cache

If you’re looking for a way to prevent web page browser cache, this HTML tip will assist you.

In website design, Meta tags are used to give detailed instructions about a web page to the Search Engines and web browsers.


When you get visitors coming to your website, your visitors browser will cache or make a copy of your website for faster viewing their next visit. Although this will be a time-saver for your visitors, as the web page won’t take as long to load, it will also prevent your regular visitors from seeing your new content, unless they manually reload their browser, which most visitors won’t.

If you don’t regularly update your website, browser cache may not be a problem. However, if you’re continuously updating your website, you may want to prevent browser cache to ensure your regular visitors will see the latest version of your website.

However, you can prevent browser cache. You can do so by simply including a special META tag within your HTML code.

Preventing Browser Cache

Add the following code between the <HEAD> and </HEAD> tags of your HTML.

<meta http-equiv="Pragma" content="no-cache">

You can learn much more about HTML tables within the HTML Tutorial section.

This concludes the Creating an HTML no cache code.



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