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caching CSS bg images

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The site I'm working on uses the same CSS background images for a number
of DIVs across most of the site. Unfortunately IE doesn't cache them.

From my reading of MSDN it seems this this is 'by design'. Is there some
way to code around this. That is, a way to force IE to create/use a
cached version?

Andrew Poulos
Dec 9 '05 #1
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Andrew Poulos wrote:
The site I'm working on uses the same CSS background images for a number
of DIVs across most of the site. Unfortunately IE doesn't cache them.

From my reading of MSDN it seems this this is 'by design'.
"It's not a bug, it's a feature!"

How do you get the idea here? (URL?)
Is there some way to code around this. That is, a way to force IE to
create/use a cached version?


I do not know any with client-side scripting (that is what you asked for).
If IE does not cache a resource, it does not cache a resource. Period.
PointedEars
Dec 9 '05 #2

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