The site is located at:
http://www.pixtology.com/realtors/mary-agent.aspx ( Yes, this is a test site…)
In IE, using the edit function, I change a value in the dependent (Child) page. In this case it is the photo album ID. I save and publish the changes and
they are reflected in the iframe. In other words, it works. Then I switch over to FireFox (3.0) and hit ctrl F5. The changes are not in FireFox. Hit F5 again and they ARE there. Hit F5 again and sometimes yes, sometimes no. (you can tell because the second
home image changes to “view listing.”
I am using a pull from svn as of maybe 5 days ago.
Here’s the relevant section from my web.config
<!-- If you install a database from scrach
you'll need to insert some required pages.
This can be done by the web based installer located at http://yoursite/install/edit
<!-- These are only really needed
for medium trust
<!-- Update email to receive error reports
<!-- Globalization requires you to create
additional start pages with a language -->
<!-- Will ping the site to prevent it
from sleeping -->
<!-- Other flavours: SqlServer2005, SqlServer2000,
MySql, SqLite, SqlCe, Firebird -->
<!-- Set checkInstallationStatus to false
to disable redirect to install page -->
<!-- Folders available for content folder
From: libardo [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Friday, September 05, 2008 3:56 PM
Subject: Re: Delay in changes? [n2:34992]
Hmm, interesting problem.
There is a relatively new option to enable output cacheing. It's disabled by default but it's located at . I don't think it's this but it's worth a try.
Does it happen regardless of browser? What IIS version? Can it be reproduced locally? Is the user always logged in? Can it happen on the start page? Does fiddler reveal any cache-control headers?
Is the behaviour reproduceable? Can you send some more details so I can investigate?