git clone 'git://github.com/NateEag/skewer-reload-stylesheets.git'
This is free and unencumbered software released into the public domain.
This minor mode provides live-editing of CSS stylesheets via skewer. skewer-css works for many cases, but if you're dealing with multiple stylesheets and involved cascading (a.k.a. “legacy code”), it isn't so useful. What you see while live-editing is not what you see when you refresh.
Enter this minor mode.
Start skewer (see its docs for how) then skewer the browser window you want to live-edit.
Next, open a CSS file used on the skewered page, and activate this mode.
Make some edits then press
C-x C-r. The stylesheet will be saved, and the
browser will reload it from disk, by removing its link tag from the DOM then
and there you are - cross-browser live-editing for arbitrarily complex stylesheets.