does anyone know where I can find the answers?
will be back!
Various experiments behind the curtain, I guess...
May i humbly recall that i solved the real nature of the problem(..Ghost)allready 1page ago....
Welcome to the Machine
If the doors of perception were cleansed, everything would appear to man as it is, infinite.
I really liked the pictures.
in the machine :o and it eat our pictures :)
yep they are all gone!
Now what the hell happened to my picture? Profile? How did these things just get erased? I logged on earlier today and everything was there. I never erased anything, how did that happen?
I'll try to avoid getting too technical here, but I have definitely noticed differing page rendering when logged in vs not, specifically a high proportion of stale pages when not logged in. By that I mean pages that are missing content that should be there, such as recent posts that I saw when logged in, but which do not appear when logged out. My suspicion here has to do with browser caching.
There is an HTML tag [META HTTP-EQUIV="Pragma" CONTENT="no-cache"] (replace the squares with angles) that will force browsers to reload each page from the server every time, that will probably cure this syndrome, but will also slow everyone down a bit, not to mention burning a LOT more bandwidth.
Alternatively, as drupal is built with php, you could also try ' header(”Cache-Control: max-age=0″);'
You might run this by your developers. It may help.
Conversation is always more interesting than recitation, so speak your mind and not someone else's.
me too sometimes I go on and gratefulmom is on 2 times, even when I log off sometimes it says I'm still on...weird :/
well, if the problem persists, let us know. I've encountered this when I've had multiple pages open and logged out on one of them, but I don't usually get too far without being asked to log in.