I have a very simple HTML website. Users of the website keep having problems accessing changes after I have made any to the coding, because their Windows 10 Cache needs clearing. It is not a problem for me, of course, because I know I need to clear the Cache each time. But third parties do not, especially if I have added links to new PDF files.
This is a regular requirement as things develop, but Users whose system has cached the old code are not made aware that things have changed since they last logged on.
Is there any way that I can force a user to clear the Windows Cache, so that they do not experience the problem ? Alternatively, is there a way to stop users automatically caching the website ? Obviously I could tell them what to do on the front page of the website, but that would mean instructions for all the different web browsers.
Is there a simple instruction in HTML which forces a user to ignore any Cache they have, and to re-load from scratch every time they access the website ?
I am not a coding expert and therefore this question may sound rather naive, but it is giving me a headache !
Thanks for any tips.