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normally done in two places: in the user's browser and on proxy servers. When a user makes a
 
normally done in two places: in the user's browser and on proxy servers. When a user makes a
 
request for a Web element, the browser looks into its own cache for the element; then a proxy, if
 
request for a Web element, the browser looks into its own cache for the element; then a proxy, if
any; followed by the intended server. Caching is done to reduce redundant network traffic,
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any; followed by the intended server <span class="plainlinks">[http://www.cashadvance-loans.net/ <span style="color:black;font-weight:normal; text-decoration:none!important; background:none!important; text-decoration:none;">cash advance loans</span>]. Caching is done to reduce redundant network traffic,
 
resulting in increased overall efficiency of the Internet.
 
resulting in increased overall efficiency of the Internet.

Revision as of 01:15, 25 February 2012

The process of copying a Web element (page or ad) for later reuse. On the Web, this copying is normally done in two places: in the user's browser and on proxy servers. When a user makes a request for a Web element, the browser looks into its own cache for the element; then a proxy, if any; followed by the intended server cash advance loans. Caching is done to reduce redundant network traffic, resulting in increased overall efficiency of the Internet.