Meta equiv cache-control

Meta equiv cache-control

< Meta HTTP-EQUIV = "Cache-Control"

The meta cache control tag allows Web publishers to define how pages should be handled by caches. They include directives to declare what should be cacheable, what may be stored by caches, modifications of the expiration mechanism, and re-validation and reload controls.

Cache memory is extremely fast memory that is built into a computer’s central processing unit which allows programs to operate more quickly and efficiently.

Key Takeaway

Google also uses the Cache feature. In stead of analyzing a webpage real-time, pages are stored in the database of a search engine. This is a method to generate search results more quickly.
The Meta HTTP-EQUIV CACHE-CONTROL is specifically used by Internet Explorer.

The allowed values are:

  • Public – may be cached in public shared caches
  • Private – may only be cached in private cache
  • no-Cache – may not be cached
  • no-Store – may be cached but not archived

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