Refresh your current tab without cached html
Where da cache at? extension gives you (the user) the ability trick the server that your requesting a new page. We do this by adding a random string to the end of the current URL. Example: Say your testing your site www.example.com/. You do some development, uploaded your files to the server and now you refresh the page to test. If you have page caching enabled, you will not see your newly uploaded changes. Our extension solves this by simply adding a random (url-friendly) 9 character alpha-numeric string to the end of your current URL, www.example.com/?FlUsHeD=AXYdbUGoo. If you url is already has query parameters, www.example.com/search/?parameter1=value our extension will add the string as another parameter, www.example.com/search/?parameter1=value&FlUsHeD=7PCk5q3Ly This makes testing less annoying when you don't have to continue to "trick the cache" yourself. This is a tool to aid in the development process.