2', but the browser should see it as a different file and redownload. Then hit f5 to refresh that page and you should see the new version load.You can just change this query string whenever the file is changed. The js file will now be updated in your cache and the code should run as you expect.adapted from: I've had this problem before, it's very frustrating but I found a work around. This will make sure your browser always reloads the file, because it thinks it's a different file because of the random number in the url.The server will always return the file and ignore what comes after the '? A little late to the party, but if you put this in your html, it will keep your website from updating the cache.
Also, when you link the Java Script file, use The server should return the same file with or without the '?
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