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in "New Tab" I see a ScreenShot of websites , but I cant see screen shot for my own site , why ?

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in My new tab , I see screenshots of my most visited Sites/Pages , but I see an empty box for my own website " http://www.oonternet.com " why ?

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I'm just guessing, but perhaps because your page is sent with headers instructing Firefox not to cache the page?

Cache-Control: no-store, no-cache, must-revalidate, post-check=0, pre-check=0
Pragma: no-cache

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jscher2000
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I'm just guessing, but perhaps because your page is sent with headers instructing Firefox not to cache the page?

Cache-Control: no-store, no-cache, must-revalidate, post-check=0, pre-check=0
Pragma: no-cache

philipp
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hello, your site sends the "no-store" header, so the site isn't supposed to be cached...

edit: jscher2000 was faster - sorry for the double-post :-)

Modified by philipp

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thank you , but ... how did you find that it sends "no-store" ? how should I fix the problem ?

jscher2000
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There are a couple of different add-ons you can use to view the "HTTP headers" sent by web servers when sending pages. For example, Firebug and Live HTTP Headers.

Your content management/blog platform may have a panel for managing these settings, or it could be through your web host. It's difficult to say for sure without knowing a lot of details you wouldn't want to post here.

jscher2000
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Also, be aware that allowing browsers to cache the page may result in visitors seeing outdated content when visiting your site. You probably want to set a short interval after which the browser needs to check for updates (2 hours?) if you allow caching.

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Dear madperson , you said :" your site sends the "no-store" header, so the site isn't supposed to be cached... " what should I do in order to solve the problem ?

jscher2000
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Hi aghaye_happy, as noted in the two replies above yours, there are many ways to set the HTTP Headers your server sends, so there isn't a simple prescription for tracking down and changing it. "It depends."