Download and open to install:
Safari extension 2.1.0 — note: due to Safari API limitations, browser extension does not work with file: URLs; if you’re working with local files via file: URL, please use Chrome or insert the SCRIPT snippet.
Chrome extension on the Chrome Web Store — if you want to use it with local files, be sure to enable “Allow access to file URLs” checkbox in Tools > Extensions > LiveReload after installation.
Firefox extension 2.1.0 from addons.mozilla.org.
Extensions will be updated automatically.
LiveReload toolbar button is located in the main toolbar in Chrome and Safari, and in the Add-on Toolbar in Firefox (at the bottom).
The icon indicates LiveReload status of the current tab (unavailable / disabled / enabled, connecting / enabled, connected).
If your page already includes LiveReload via a SCRIPT tag, it is considered to be in ‘enabled’ state initially. You can still disable or reenable it using the toolbar button.
2.1.0: Fixed a bunch of bugs.
2.0.9: Updated toolbar icons to the ones contributed by Vadim Makeev (pepelsbey). Thanks! Chrome extension published on the Chrome Web Store.
2.0.5: Enabled autoupdating. Updated bundled livereload.js (for use with old-style clients like guard-livereload and livereload 1.x).
2.0.3: Firefox-only update that fixes handling of frames
2.0.1: fixed support of protocol v6 (i.e. older LR-compatible Ruby gems and older builds of LR2)
2.0.0 (alpha quality!):