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I maintain a website on which the main (index) page is frequently updated.

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I maintain a website on which the main (index) page is frequently updated. In order to make sure that the latest version is displayed, I use the following in the Head of the page:

<META HTTP-EQUIV="Pragma" CONTENT="no-cache" />

This works on all web browsers, but no longer works with Firefox 5.0. Is there an alternative to this Meta statement that can be used to make sure that visitors to the site always view the newest version of the page?

I maintain a website on which the main (index) page is frequently updated. In order to make sure that the latest version is displayed, I use the following in the Head of the page: <META HTTP-EQUIV="Pragma" CONTENT="no-cache" /> This works on all web browsers, but no longer works with Firefox 5.0. Is there an alternative to this Meta statement that can be used to make sure that visitors to the site always view the newest version of the page?