[geeklog-devel] AOL8 (fwd)
tony at tonybibbs.com
Mon Mar 10 15:55:58 EST 2003
Can anybody else confirm this?
Tony Bibbs "I guess you have to remember that those who don't
tony at tonybibbs.com hunt or fish often see those of us who do as
harmlessly strange and sort of amusing. When you
think about it, that might be a fair assessment."
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Date: Mon, 10 Mar 2003 14:16:35 -0600
From: maximus at dublin.com
To: tony at tonybibbs.com
I had this problem when using AOL to update my site (GL powered and proud of it).
The issue seemed to revolve around how AOL cached the page. the users _were_ logged in but AOL didn't reload the page, it just used the old page instead.
I was using an older version of AOL (5.0 or so I think). If you use the refresh button a couple of times after logging in the problem went away.
AOL creates a cache of the page "for faster viewing" that it uses on the next call. I think MSN does the same. These static pages then live on the ISP's servers, increasing load time by attempting to cut out the farther server.
I had only to refresh a couple of time in each case and then AOL seemed to get the idea that maybe this tatic wasn't working in my case. Works fine now, but I havent used that computer in a few months.
Maybe the solution, maybe I have a bad case of anal-audience. Just what happened in my case.
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