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Update:You can use inbuilt mode in chrome browser for responsive design testing. With help of device mode you can do following: Test your responsive designs by emulating different screen sizes and resolutions, including Retina displays. Evaluate your site's performance using the network emulator, without affecting traffic to other tabs. Visualize and ...


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In Firefox you can check with the help of inspect element press F12 and select Responsive Design Mode symbol near to close developer tools,then write the resolutions that you want to test. eg: 1440x900 (MacBook Pro 15.4) In chrome you can check with the help of inspect element press F12 and select device symbol on that left side top , then select device ...


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In Chrome you can check with the help of inspect element press F12 and select device symbol on that left side top. then select device mode those you want to test.


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Create a desktop background with overlapping boxes at the resolutions you need. Resize the browser windows to match those boxes as needed. Sometimes a lo-fi solution is the best.


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I would use a virtual machine and install the browsers on there, then you can resize or set the resolution of the machine to match the size you want to test on. You can install your own operating system on the free VirtualBox https://www.virtualbox.org/ Or you can download free images from Microsoft which have a license for a couple of weeks. You will ...



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