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Is it possible, and if so how do I achieve it, that Firefox automatically force-reloads (no cache) some urls/domains?

For example, say I never want to load google.com from cache. Can I set it so that whenever I either visit this site or do a relaod with F5 cache is ignored?

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Go to Firefox address bar and type:

about:config

type this into the filter:

browser.cache.check_doc_frequency

change the value to:

1

If Firefox value be number 3 only check if it seems outdated.

If Firefox value be number 2 always use cached version.

If Firefox value be number 1 always check for newer version.

If Firefox value be number 0 check for newer version once per session.

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More details including caveats to be found here. –  Karan Oct 3 '12 at 17:53

Look at this thread for a number of solutions.

Although none disable cache for a particular URL, there are options to turn off cache or use private browsing where nothing is cached. If you have a control over the page, then you can turn off caching this page using POST instead of GET, or using Cache-Control: no-cache in the webpage.

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So, it's not possible in the way I want it? –  blues Oct 4 '12 at 11:37

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