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Answer by sandeepkunkunuru for Stop browser to make HTTP requests for images...

This question has a better answer here at webmasters stack-exchange site.More information, which is also cited in the above link, is on httpwatchAccording to the article:There are a number of...

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Answer by Rakesh for Stop browser to make HTTP requests for images that...

Cache Validation and the 304 responseThere are a number of situations in which Internet Explorer needs to check whether a cached entry is valid:The cached entry has no expiration date and the content...

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Answer by wharding28 for Stop browser to make HTTP requests for images that...

What you are seeing in Chrome is not a record of the actual HTTP requests - it's a record of asset requests. Chrome does this to show you that an asset is actually being requested by the page. However,...

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Answer by djeendo for Stop browser to make HTTP requests for images that...

If it is a matter of life or death (If you want to optimise page loading this way or if you want to reduce the load on the server as much as possible no matter what), then there IS a workaround.Use...

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Answer by dev-vb for Stop browser to make HTTP requests for images that...

After myself spending considerable time looking for a reasonable answer, I found the below link most useful and it does answer the question asked...

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Answer by chugadie for Stop browser to make HTTP requests for images that...

There's a difference between "reloading" and "refreshing". Just navigating to a page with back and forward buttons usually doesn't initiate new HTTP requests, but specifically hitting F5 to "refresh"...

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Answer by Oliver Kurmis for Stop browser to make HTTP requests for images...

You were using the wrong tool for analysing the requests.I'd recommend the really useful Firefox addon Live HTTP headers so you can see what is really going on on the network.And just to be sure, you...

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Answer by Jason Buberel for Stop browser to make HTTP requests for images...

The behavior you are seeing is the intended (see RFC7234 for more details), specified behavior:All modern browsers will send HTTP requests to the server for every page element displayed, regardless of...

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Answer by Peter Lundsby for Stop browser to make HTTP requests for images...

If I force a refresh using F5 or F5 + Ctrl, a request is send. However if I close the browser and enter the url again then NO reqeust is send. The way I tested if a request is send or not was by using...

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Answer by symcbean for Stop browser to make HTTP requests for images that...

What you are describing here does not reflect my experience. If content is served with a no-store directive or you do an explicit refresh, then yes, I'd expect it to go back to the origin server...

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After reading many articles and some questions on here, I finally succeded in activating the Apache mod_expires to tell the browser it MUST cache images for 1 year.<filesMatch...

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