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Can I set Cache-Control in the .htaccess file for a specific part of a document (just a section of the <body>)

I noticed, by using Google Page Speed Insights, that if I structure my HTML to load the critical, above-the-fold content first, my page will improve performance - and it woks (with now current perf. ...
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Why is “29030400” seconds used as a common value for cache expiration?

I noticed that 29030400 is used very often in the Expires directives for static files. Google recommends to cache this kind of files up to 1 year (1 month at least). I did the math: 29030400 seconds ...
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What response headers encourage 304-Not Modified upon reloads?

When looking at the network waterfall in Firebug/Chrome/IE9, I keep seeing "200-OK" instead of "304-Not Modified" for many cache-able files (images, js, css) on this page, for example. I believe it ...
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Can server break clients' cache settings?

I have disputed a domain name to a cybersquatter that I expect to recover soon. The problem is that the cybersquatter has changed the cache headers and now every user who already visited the site or ...
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Problem with Expires/Cache-Control Headers

I'm using Apache 2.2.16. I've got the following HTML file in my htdocs folder: <html> <link media="screen" type="text/css" href="/css/test.css" rel="stylesheet" /> ...