The LivePage extension for Chrome is useful if you want to view a HTML page or file and want it to be refreshed as soon as it is updated. This can be useful if you are editing or producing the HTML file. For example, I use it to view the HTML file produced by compiling a ASCIIDoc or ASCIIDoctor file.
Open the local or internet webpage and click the LivePage icon. The page will be refreshed as soon as it is changed.
Note: If you want to refresh local HTML files, head to Chrome Extensions section, scroll down to LivePage and enable the Allow access to file URLs checkbox.
Tried with: LivePage 1.5.2, Chrome 40.0.2214.115 (64-bit) and Ubuntu 14.04