With Cache Cleaner you can clean your cache fast and easily via a link in your Joomla! Administrator!
If you are editing an article - for instance - and want to see the changes in the frontend, you first have to clean the cache.
Normally this means having to go to the Joomla! Cache Manager, select all cache types and delete them. This is very annoying and requires a lot of clicks and waiting time.
Cache Cleaner gives you a quick link in the top right of your Joomla! Administrator (status bar), which will clean all cache by simply clicking on it. It doesn't need to reload the page either, because it uses ajax to do this in the background.
Cache Cleaner can also clean the temp (tmp) folder
with just one click.
See the Cache Cleaner system plugin settings for some cool extra features...
More information: http://www.nonumber.nl/cachecleaner
NoNumber extensions require php 5.3+
See for more requirements: http://www.nonumber.nl/cachecleaner#requirements
For support use the forum: http://www.nonumber.nl/forum
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I must disappoint you. This is the first version of this plugin. It wasn't made yet a year ago. So you are probably thinking of another extension (not by me).
But glad you like it anyway :)
I had this J1.0 and i was looking for a similar plugin.
Its great for when you make lots of edits to different plugins, modules ect in that you do not need to leave the page you are editing just to clear the cache.
I also like the points that the prior reviews stated
1) you had to load a large support module to make it work
2) when you click clean, it then gives you a popup saying its done, and you have to click ok - that extra click drove me crazy cause you have to wait for it to show up... arrg!
This module however is much better designed - it just does it when you click on it, has a nice message bar at top of screen that fades in says working and fades out - Love it - just updated my sites to use it... It's a must have module/plugin. (the clean from the front end is a nice touch, doubt I will use it, but brilliant thought!)