Every now and then, when I push changes to a css file to a production server, I'll have to refresh once or twice in order to see the changes take place. This typically isn't a big deal for me because I know the css file is just cached. Clients on the other hand have a hard time accepting the fact that they "just have to refresh a few times" to see the updates. In the meantime, clients and visitors may experience a completely borked website until the cached css file drops out of their cache, and their browser snags the new file. The good news is there is a very easy way avoid caching your css files.
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