A website explained the following:
[quote:2jtnnal4]The cache manifest file is a simple text file that lists the resources the browser should cache for offline access.
Referencing a manifest file
To enable the application cache for an app, include the manifest attribute on the document's html tag:
The manifest attribute should be included on every page of your web application that you want cached. The browser does not cache a page if it does not contain the manifest attribute (unless it is explicitly listed in the manifest file itself. This means that any page the user navigates to that includes a manifest will be implicitly added to the application cache. Thus, there's no need to list every page in your manifest. If a page points to a manifest, there's no way to prevent this page being cached.
So I should perhaps remove this, manifest-part out of the index.html site?
Is there already an option in C2 that can do this for me?