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    • 12938
    • 5 Posts
    In IE7, if I click a result in the results page, let that page load and then click the browser’s back button to return to the list of results then I get the following message:

    Webpage has expired

    Most likely cause: The local copy of this webpage is out of date, and the website requires that you download it again.
    What you can try: Click on the Refresh button on the toolbar to reload the page. After refreshing, you might need to navigate to the specific webpage again, or re-enter information.

    Does anyone know how can I avoid this?

      • 12938
      • 5 Posts
      I’ve managed to find a fix for this which I hope might be of use to someone else.

      I added a snippet to the top of the Template for the search results which adds this:

      header( ’Cache-Control: private, max-age=10800, pre-check=10800’ );

      Seems to work for me.
        • 23181
        • 3 Posts
        Thanks for that, fixed for me too (IE8).
          • 21694
          • 1 Posts

          Fixed my issue.

          header( ’Cache-Control: private, max-age=10800, pre-check=10800’ );
            • 36702
            • 76 Posts
            More thanks for this solution.

            The same error was reported by one of my users today. Strange that the site has been live for 2 years, but it hasn’t been reported before. No changes to MODx that would affect this, but maybe something PHP/Apache was changed on the server?

            I put the code into a MODx snippet, so it only sets the Cache-Control header for the search page.