By setting the page to public , the user’s browser (and any hardware along the way) will keep a copy. So the first page load will make a request, but all page loads after that will reuse the original response, until the time limit is reached.
…nference, Bill [Gates] talked about our commitment to the browser, and during the open mic session, someone said, ‘please don’t ship a browser every year — I can’t handle that.’ Think of all the customers … on the one hand, they’re designers, and at the other extreme are peopl…
“By being able to distil what you’re trying to do into a set of five to seven principles, you provide focus for the design and development team. It helps the decision-making and provides a coherence to an entire experience.”
…d enterprise (SME) in the UK employs 4.8 people and has an average turnover of £673,000 every year. 20 per cent of people in the UK (12.6 million), have some form of sensory disability. With most websites failing to meet basic compliance, you’re saying, ‘No thanks’ to £168,000 every year.