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Will a page still be cached by the browser when using Ajax?


HI everyone. Simple enough question: Will a page still be cached by
the browser when using Ajax?

I would assume "no", but assumptions usually get me into trouble. Heh.

All I'd like to do really, is have the browser cache any images, but
it must be to disc, and not RAM.

If anyone can offer a solution, I would be most greatfull.

Many thanks.

Daz.

Yes it caches the request. It is a simple HTTP call and nothing more. If you
search through the groups you will see people asking how to make their get
requests to not cache.

Eric

On 2/15/07, Daz <cutenfu@gmail.com> wrote:

On Feb 15, 4:38 pm, "Eric Pascarello" <alienf@gmail.com> wrote:

> Yes it caches the request. It is a simple HTTP call and nothing more. If you
> search through the groups you will see people asking how to make their get
> requests to not cache.

Aaah, Hehe. I was looking for the opposite of everyone else. I was
assuming that because any images might be loaded differently, they
just might not cache.

Would I be safe to assume that the browser would cache a new Image(),
once the src is set and the image has loaded?

Many thanks for your response.

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