How about trying to fix it from the server side? Have you tried disabling caching of that page? http://www.html-reference.com/nocache.htm You can also force your browser to not use the cache if you trick it into thinking the page is dynamically generated by creative use of a question mark in the URL. I've seen examples of this somewhere out there in netland. You could also make the page have a dynamic part (php or similar). That might force your browser to not rely on the cache. You could also try messing with the expire meta tag of the page, setting it to zero.