No, as JRE cache is no longer an actively supported extension.
Yes, you can.
By defining a secret word (in the Cache Cleaner system plugin settings), you can simply add this to any frontend url of your website.
For instance, set your secret word to: mysecret
Now you can add
&cleancache=mysecret to your url, like:
So use a
? for SEF urls and an
& for urls that already have variables.
No, it will not!
Cache Cleaner does not clean the browser’s cache - because it is impossible to do!
So you will still have to clean your browsers cache manually if you need it cleaned.