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 — warning: older extensions won’t autoupdate; please remove the old one and download and install the new one manually.
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!):