When develop a website with Wordpress, I spent a lot of time to change small pieces of code like CSS, HTML element.

Each time I did that, I needed to do so many steps:

  1. Change the code
  2. Save it
  3. Switch to web page window
  4. Refresh the web page
  5. Check the updated content

I had 2 monitors in my workspace. So I wish that have some technical help me just save the code then web page will auto refresh.

After that, I just have 3 steps:

  1. Change the code
  2. Save it
  3. Check the updated content

Many thanks for your help!!!

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  • This is definitely possible...node.js or browswersyc can start you in the right direction, but it's way out of scope for this stack. – rudtek Jun 8 at 14:53
  • I did this before with static HTML project by using node.js. I guess we need a specific technique to do the same thing with Wordpress so I asked for help. I find out that BrowserSync is a perfect solution in this case. Thank you so much! – Linherest Jun 8 at 16:00

Something like BrowserSync is what you're looking for ( https://scotch.io/tutorials/how-to-use-browsersync-for-faster-development )

  • I did some research and it's work perfect. More than I expected. Thank you so much! – Linherest Jun 7 at 3:04

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