I am having a frustrating problem with Firefox, so a call for help is in order. Basically, dynamic PHP pages randomly decide when they want to refresh. For example, let’s say we have a page,
index.php, that displays all users. Then, a link on
index.php goes to
remove.php where a user is removed and the last line redirects back to
index.php loads back up, nothing has changed.
I’ve been searching for a long time, and I am getting nowhere. Here is what I have tried:
HTML meta tags to prevent page caching. Every single possible combination and none work.
PHP Headers to prevent page caching. Every single possible combination and none work.
I have read some problems where Apache 2 is not sending
200 OK. I have checked that, and the proper information is always being sent.
A reader of ours suggested that we should append a randomly generated number to the end of each URL. This seems to work, but there has to be a cleaner solution.
The setup works 100% in IE, Opera, and Safari. The problem only occurs in Firefox.
Any advice, links, or tips in the right direction are greatly appreciated. Hopefully, I am overlooking something painfully obvious.