No...Some ISP do not care about the setting and IE for example has been known to cache it anyway. You need to set IE, if using it, to check for new page EVERY TIME.
The way the forum works is that each time a reply is made to a post, it totally rebuilds the entire HTML for that thread. Thus, a new page with a new time stamp for thew file creation time. Thus, it should not be cached because the time is different. But alas, some time this is over looked by some ISP and software.
Instructions for the brower cache settings...
For INTERNET EXPLORER...Click TOOLS and select INTERNET OPTIONS - On the first page under Temporary Internet Files, click SETTINGS. Take the TOP Option for "Check for newer version of stored pages - Every Visit to the page" - Click on OK - Click on OK.
For NETSCAPE ver 4...Click EDIT - PREFERENCES - Click Twice on ADVANCED - Click on CACHE - Select the option for "Document in Cache is compared to document on network" to be EVERY TIME - Click OK
Hope this helps.
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