29 Apr 2009
31 Mar 2011
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I am trying to figure out if there is a way to exclude certain controls from a page caching. We are using SiteFinity 3.6 and the problem we have is on our website's document library. When a new user kicks off caching, it stores their "logged in as" credentials as well as this particular user's menu items.
While this is an internal page, only visible to employees, the page caching is causing a lot of problems where people are thinking they're accidentally logging in as another user, and in some cases of users who have cached the page with their "view" they'll have elevated menu privileges that others can see.
Is there a way to exclude header, footer, and menubar controls from being included in the caching of a page?
Also, what is meant by "Use sliding expiration"?