There is a very useful add-on for FF which when added it will give you a button to *Empty the Cache*.
I use it for the different FF versions that I have.
You could also while developing your web site, set the the Cache Web Content to 0.
Additionally, an add-on that will certainly be most helpful is the an add-on that will add to your FF, a Web Developer toolbar which btw it is also available for Chrome.
What I truly like about this toolbar is that I am able to check the responsive layouts. This toolbar, IMHO, gets *5**.
Then of course "Crap Cleaner" or CCleaner is very useful to have to clear out your cache and temp files etc.
Now IF you are really adventurous and have sufficient installed RAM(24gb+) then consider installing a RAM drive and have your cache(s), cookies, temp files, etc directed to it which all disappear when I shut off my system since it is a drive and behaves as a separate drive being in the RAM.
@Anthony – Firefox does not support MP4 in HTML5 <video> yet, so Flash is required. You getting a download on our own link is an indication that you do not have Flash installed for Firefox, that’s your issue.
Yes Ethan. I just reverted back because I just discovered that new pricing structure. I can't use JW 6 because I simply cannot afford it. This is a shame because I was really looking forward to version 6. But going from a 1-time fee to a hundred bucks per year is too much money.
I don't even need most of the features like analytics and other bells and whistles. I just need a player that works plays video and audio on both desktop and mobile devices.
I guess I'll be looking to a different player.
Thanks for all your help these past few years, Ethan.