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One needs to press F5 for image to update...

Posted By:      Posted Date: September 23, 2010    Points: 0   Category :ASP.Net


I have a forum where one can change his profile picture. I am using file upload. The problem is that when someone upload another picture for his profile image, the previous image is still present. But when pressing F5 the page refreshes and the new image is shown. 

Also I have some users that when they sign out, close the browser, and they come another day, their profile image is still shown (but they aren't logged in). When they press F5 all the logged in contents disappears.

I think that the browser is saving some sort of something.

Is there anyway to eliminate this problem? 

Thanks in advance,

Roderick Vella

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