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CSS CSS Basics (2014) Enhancing the Design With CSS Media Query Basics

Stephanie Shaw
Stephanie Shaw
3,373 Points

Browser viewport size info tool

In the video on the bottom right of your screen there is the black box which shows the dimensions of the browser viewport. Where can I find this to add to Chrome? Thank you

3 Answers

Andreas Nyström
Andreas Nyström
8,884 Points

Hi. There are alot of extensions for this. But I think the one you're looking for is this:

https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/viewportdimension/jfoaoghgpkaklamhphfihiaifckkanlf

I hope this helps :).

Alex Franklin
Alex Franklin
12,397 Points

if we could only get the media query lesson to actually work then the dimensions of our viewports will actually matter! But nahh, let's just wasted another precious evening after work trying to figure out what I did wrong in my coding, only to leave this site and discover these videos are outdated and just plain incorrect at times. I wouldn't judge harshly AT ALL if there weren't a solid 2+ years worth of comments of students paying you for this service and begging for help or updates on this issue... yet nothing has ever been done, updated, edited, fixed, etc...