Checking site in different browsers, screen resolutions, etc.

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Anyone know of a good tool that I could use for free that'll enable me to check to see what my site looks like in different browers or screen resolutions, etc?

I'd appreciate it. Thanks in advance!
#browsers #checking #resolutions #screen #site
  • Profile picture of the author rytisg
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  • Profile picture of the author PeachCoding
    I normally use Check Browser Compatibility, Cross Platform Browser Test - Browsershots as it's free and you pick all the options and can select less or more browsers / resolutions to check depending on the project you're working on.

    Hope this helps.

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  • Profile picture of the author Lex Koelewijn
    If you are using Chrome, you can also press f12 and accordingly the small tablet icon in the upper left corner to check your website at different resolutions.
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    • Profile picture of the author dansbanners
      Which brings the next question. Whereas I could see that although the white, content part of my site remains constant in some of the resolutions, however there's also too much background space in my site in some of the larger ones.

      Hmm, anyone have any good suggestions on how I could fix that? Such that the width of the content part of my site would remain about 75% of the width of whatever is the screen resolution of the computer at that point or something?

      Thanks again!
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  • Profile picture of the author DIABL0
    I have seen web based tester be wrong with their mobile devices results.

    I had a responsive page that when I checked it on any real mobile device the page was not responsive. But every web based tester that I tried would return that it was response with mobile devices. This was caused by a missing jquery file.

    I have also seen them not return a true representation of what what some pages truly look like on a mobile device.

    There is a service, which I forget their name that actually uses real devices to return the result, rather than using a simulator. But it's not free or cheap.
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  • Profile picture of the author Wooexpert
    Lots of tool available on Google. I was using Adobe Lab Browser check but no browsershots.

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