Bruno Fassino wrote:
> I don't see any difference between the two cases (with and without SSL.)
> And I don't see flicker (in neither page), unless the IE6 cache setting is
> "Every visit to the page" in: Tools | Internet Options | Temporary Internet
> Files | Settings | Check for newer versions of stored pages.
> With the "Every visit to the page" setting, then I see flickering in both
> pages. This is caused by IE checking the image with the server (even if it
> is already in its cache), at any mouseover.
Thanks for the response. Yeah, I am aware of the cache setting issue -
I have IE set to check for newer versions "Automatically" which AFAIK is
the default. I had friends check the page, and they saw the flicker
too, so I don't think it's just me.
I'll try the workarounds, but one question first - did you test running
XP with Service Pack 2 installed? I ask because I am thinking that IE
might override the cache setting when on https under SP2 -- there are
some similar security-related features introduced with SP2, but I was
unaware of this.
Maximillian Von Schwanekamp
Dynamic Websites and E-Commerce
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