I’m having an issue getting Browsersync to refresh after a file edit. I run my start script, which runs with no errors, I CRTL+Click on the browsersync proxy, which is “http://sage-framework-v2.local”. It opens fine and I see my site. When I go to edit a CSS file and save the changes, I refresh the page and nothing happens. The only way to see my changes is to run the script again.
I’m using Local by flywheel to run WP locally. I have tried it will SSL enabled and disabled on Local.
If I understand you correctly, you are visiting your .local domain and expecting it to reload? AFAIK you should visit http://localhost:3000 when running BrowserSync. The protocol (http or https) depends on your setup.
After you have run yarn start and the process has fired up, doesnt a bunch of URLs show up in the terminal window? One of them should be the URL you need.
I’m not using any. I’m just using Local by flywheel. I’m not using Bedrock or Trellis, I’m only using Sage 10. I created a new WP site in local, then moved my Sage theme into the Local site directory. I can access the site and login into the WP dashboard from http://sage-framework-v2.local
No. Flywheel Local works just fine, my Sage template works, my build process works, everything works. The only issue I’m having is that browsersync does not refresh when I edit a file. Browsersync is in the —watch mode, but nothing happens when I edit and save a file. The only way to see my change is to run ‘yarn run start’ or yarn run build. I shouldn’t have to do this when I’m running browsersync, I should be able to save the file and just refresh the browser window and see my changes.
I believe so. If I click on any of the localhost links that browsersync provides after running the script, they don’t load. The only way to see it is if I’m running flywheel local and I click the proxy link in browsersync or open site from Local.
I’ve also noticed that when I edit and save a file, browsersync does nothing, it doesn’t run any compiling. I obviously don’t have something configured correctly. Do you know of any guides or anything for browsersync/Laravel mix? I’ve been searching all day today and still haven’t found a solution.
I do not have an answer for that question. The previous developer did that. The webpack file under the root is, “webpack.mix.js”. Would you like to see the contents in that file and/or the package.json?