When a theme CSS file, for instance [/web_resources/themes/2017/2017.css], is updated, visitors to our site won’t get a new copy of the CSS until they bypass their local cache by doing “shift F5” or similar for their browser/OS combination. We don’t issue any Cache-Control headers on our Web server for these resources. If we did, say for 1 hour, there’d still be a delay of 1 hour before browsers would request a new copy of the CSS.
To avoid this, a common technique is to change the URL when a new version is available, for instance adding “cache busting” query parameters to the URL, or changing the filename. This technique is discussed in [https://developers.google.com/web/fundamentals/performance/optimizing-content-efficiency/http-cachin… ].
Is there a way in Percussion CM1 to apply this URL technique to a Theme’s CSS?