I noticed that when I upload a Canvas, it gets saved to Google Chrome memory and can't see changes.

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Is there a way to clear the cache on new uploads of the same file names?

 

Right now, it seems I have to upload all new file names in order to see changes .. it's a tedious task.. 

 

Thanks ahead,

 

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Thanks kglad, 

 

I will try that!

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Hi @kglad I am trying your suggestion and for some reason it's still displaying cached stuff.. 

 

My other issue I guess with this is, if anyone visits the page and gets cached one version, it's there ~forever! Is there something I need to add to the .html that says no-cache like a meta tag?

 

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there are lots of ways to prevent caching some more reliable than others and depending on whether you want "live" updates/refreshes (eg, like web-based email).  the most easy and reliable depend on your server language. eg, here's for an apache server, https://support.tigertech.net/prevent-caching

 

i generally like more direct control and often use an index.html page that loads the main.html page with a query string appended.  here's an example where i use javascript to load the start page:

 

in index.html:

 

<script src="js/main.js?v="+1></script>  // for deployment i just increment a version number so users can cache

 

<script src="js/main.js?v="+new Date().getTime()></script>  // for testing

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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