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How to Refresh Site Favicons in Google Chrome

Favicons are the immensely useful little icon images that give you a quick visual cue as to the sites currently being displayed in your open tabs or bookmarks bar. To speed things up, Google Chrome obviously caches these favicons, given… Continue Reading →

Internet Explorer (IE) and the Cached .js File

Internet Explorer and pretty much all other modern web browsers make use of silent caching in order to streamline user experience. Of course, caching is a marvellous tool when needed, but also a frustrating one when you don’t want it turned on. Enter the humble .js javascript include file. Now IE likes to cache javascript .js file includes, but unfortunately unlike normal web pages, getting it to refresh its cached copy can sometime prove to be quite difficult to achieve.

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