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[web] HTTP caching and PHP

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I have a PHP script that generates images. I don't think I'm defining the headers correctly to tell the browser to cache these, as they will rarely, if ever, change. I'm trying to set the expiration of the cache to 10 days, using this header: header("Cache-Control: max-age=864000");. I'm guessing that I need something else, or something additional, to get this to work consistently cross-browser. edit: I just thought of another bit of information that may make a difference in the answer: The image tags are generated by javascript on the client-side, which reduces the size of the page load. I wonder if this is the cause of the non-caching behavior? Any help would be appreciated. Thanks. [Edited by - ID Merlin on October 26, 2008 4:15:02 PM]

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I think you need at least the Cache-Control and Expire headers. And maybe the Last-Modified and Content-Length headers, but I'm not sure about those. Check this page and experiment with the different headers mentioned.

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