Hey everybody !
Now, Shall we begin !
I have just two documents : index.php – style.css ( just a basic example !)
We Are not going to talk about the stysheet, we don’t actually need it 😉
This is my first HTML5 Caching System
No Notice the “Manifest” in the html tag
It’s basicly a file named “Cache.manifest“, yes, it’s extension is .manifest
That file is going to have this structure :
# version 0.1
Example : if you have 5 pages on your server called ‘index.php’, ‘contact.php’, ‘faq.php’, ‘about.php’, ‘register.php’ (including a stylesheet), teh your cache.manifest is going to have this structure :
# version 0.1
Notice That evry page name have it’s own line, and if you want to add some page in it, just add the file after the style.css 😉
Now, by default, the apache server deos not know files with a “manifest” extension so, you probably gess it, An .htaccess file will solve our problem !
Creat a file named : .htaccess, and add the following
line, and save it in the same directory that you have your pages and the cache.manifest in it :
AddType text/cache-manifest manifest
Now, you’ll have an offline access to your users, cool Hun ?
The only problem is that this Method deosn’t work with IE 6, 7 And 8
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