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I've been using the HTML5 Boilerplate for some web projects for a while now and have noticed the following issue cropping up on some sites.

My CSS and JS files, when loaded by the browser, are being renamed to things like:

ce.52b8fd529e8142bdb6c4f9e7f55aaec0.modernizr-1,o7,omin,l.js

…in the case of modernizr-1.7.min.js

The pattern always seems to add ce. or cc. in front of the filename. I'm not sure what's causing this, and it's frustrating since when I make updates to those files, the same old cached file is being loaded. I have to explicitly call modernizr-1.7.min.js?v=2 or something similar to get it to re-cache. I'd like to scrap it altogether but it still happens even when .htaccess is empty. Any ideas? Is anyone else experiencing this issue?

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are you using the build script? –  Gerben Jun 21 '11 at 19:58
    
Is this all browsers, or one in particular? –  paulmorriss Jun 22 '11 at 11:52
    
Are you using any extensions that mess with JS or CSS files? I know some of the CSS Reload extensions will 'overwrite' previous versions of CSS files in-memory with renamed versions like this. –  Mufasa Jun 23 '11 at 21:24
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Going by the accepted answer to this question, do you have mod_pagespeed enabled on your server?

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