Automatically Refresh Web Pages

Black Friday is the first time that some of the people you need to buy in order to keep refreshing a webpage one? I know I am! It is not very often, but you get the best deal when a page is refreshing in these crucial times in the UK each year.

However, it is to constantly refresh Web pages at the same time more than one can be quite a task. Luckily, the tools that you can use to automatically refresh a web page, and I'm going to talk about some of them in this article.

I have the Internet, Chrome, Safari and Firefox tools will mention, as they are currently the most popular Web browsers have.

Google Chrome Extensions

Out of all of my favorite extensions for Chrome extensions are super automatic refresh. It features, in terms of functionality and design got the best mix.

Super automatic refresh store

Once you install the extension, you are on the right side of the address bar in Chrome you'll see a new icon. Click on that and you have the current page / tab refresh schedule for a long list of presets will.

Refresh Schedule

In as little as 60 minutes to as high as 2 seconds to set the refresh rate. The only downside is that it is a custom of the extension period, in which there are a lot of other add-ons do not have an option to select them.

Multiple page refresh

Also, if you have the word "refresh", right click on the little green hamburger icon a new tab will try to load all the pages that refresh with the set time intervals are set out in the list and the amount of time remaining before the next refresh. Remember that, if you close a tab, and then after the restart, refresh the settings will be applied to the extension and remember.

If you want to be able to enter a custom time, you need to try another extension as simple automatic refresh. This extension works like a super automatic refresh and some additional options that I liked. For example, if a certain portion of a web page you are viewing, scroll to the position you remember it and reload the page to be in the same position. This is where the contents of the pages may not be at the top of the page you are interested in is great for refreshing.
Firefox Add-ons

Also another great Firefox browser add-ons to extend its functionality, there is a large number. The first one I want to ReloadEvery. This is a very simple add-on when you right-click on a web page that only an additional option has been added.

Firefox reload every

Once installed, restart Firefox, and then right-click anywhere on the webpage to see the menu option.

reloadevery Settings

There are a couple of presets custom extensions or you can choose if you want to. If you have multiple tabs open, you can click on the tabs currently open all tabs Activate to enable automatic refresh. Also you can check not only enable auto new tab if you want to enable to open each new tab you have automatic refresh.

I prefer Firefox add-on that second tab is auto reload. Click on the tab to the right and a toggle icon in your menu bar to add a little over = the Add- that works differently.

Firefox tab autoreload
After installing, go to customize your menu bar, and then drag the icon to toggle. To refresh a tab, you will need to click on the tab itself to reload the tab in the menu options.

Firefox tab menu automatic reload

You simply click on the icon to toggle the automatic refresh for a page can disable. If the blue and white, that means auto-refresh is activated.

Toggle tab icon autoreload

From what I recall, neither of these add-ons will remember the settings for a webpage, it means the same if you close the tab and reload the page to refresh the settings, you need to set up.
Internet Explorer Add-ons

For Internet Explorer, there are not too many options. In fact, really the only one I could find add-ons that were safe to use. It's pretty old, but it still works on the Internet 11. As of now, Microsoft does not support EDGE extensions or add-ons, so it is not available for.

Once you have Internet auto refreshing, open Internet Explorer, click the button to activate the add-on in order to install and start using.

That enabled addon

Once activated, you'll see a big gray bar appears at the top of the web page. Unfortunately, it is very clear and there is not really anything you can do about it. It just would have been smart to use a button, but for whatever reason the developers decided to screen a bar was good.

The refresh interval

Just choose a timing or a custom bar, click the time to take a break. You can also order a variety of different tab You can set the refresh interval. This add-on is all that matters.
Safari Extension

Finally, there is a Safari extension that works well. Andrew Griffin automatic refresh Safari Extension is one of the developers. When you go to install it, you will receive a message stating that this is not a known developer, just click Continue to install it.

Safari auto-refresh settings

Once installed, you can bring Auto Refresh button to refresh the toolbar.

Refresh Safari toolbar

By default, the time interval is set to 5 seconds, but you just click on the box and do whatever you like in seconds can change the value. Click the Start button in the toolbar, and as long as you are ashes, you'll be able to see a countdown to the next refresh.

Safari Countdown

To hide the toolbar, simply click on the button in the navigation bar. Remember that, if you are full-screen mode, the toolbar, unless you move your mouse up to the top of the Safari window will disappear.

So all those different options in Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer and Safari automatically refresh web pages are for. If you have any questions, then feel free to comment. Enjoy!

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