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    Apache Cache - Moodle

    Hi All,

    Hoping there is someone here with lots more Apache knowledge than me, as mine is next-to-none!

    Recently we've noticed that changes to Moodle (themes, files etc) are being made, but don't show up on screen for either a very long time, or ever!
    From searching, I am assuming it is the Apache Cache settings that need tweaking - however, I'm not too sure where to do all that stuff too!

    Can anyone help?

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    Apache doesn't cache on its own. Moodle might do though, have a look in its documentation.

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    This page seems to suggest it does? Apache - MoodleDocs

    I've located httpd.conf which looks like the place I should be putting the code, but I have tried following the instructions and nothing has changed with regard to changes being reflected.

    As you can tell, apache/web back-end stuff aint my speciality lol.

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