As we all know, the page’s HTML <head> section contains different meta tags, CSS and JS files definition, pieces of JS code etc. As a rule, we don’t need any complex logic to add some proper content there. However, let’s imagine the situation when we need to insert some element that depends on the system configuration or so into the head section.

Hi guys, as you know, while moving changes to the production server very often we need to flush CSS or JS cache on the client’s side, as without this action clients will see broken design or, in case with JS cache, might get broken functionality. Therefore, we guess it is a good idea to describe how to prevent JS/CSS caching.