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    How to control when IE9 reloads pages?

    I'm developing a web site and am constantly uploading changed pages to my host. I'd like IE9 to reload pages every time I request them, rather than just showing me its cached version. (It drives me crazy to see the cached version when I'm trying to see my changes.)

    I seem to recall that previous IE versions allowed you to control that, but I can't find any controls for it in IE9.

    Any suggestions?
    Lou Sander
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    Go to Tools (the small gear on the right end of the addres bar) | Internet Options | General (tab) | Settings (Browser History section). Select "every time I visit the web page".

    Joe

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    Well. There it was, right in front of me, and not much (or any) different than in past IE versions. Sheesh!

    Thanks for helping me out!
    Lou Sander
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