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Kris Byrum
Kris Byrum
32,534 Points

Display w x h px in Chrome?

I've seen some of the teachers' windows that have this but I can't find out how to get it done.

Is there a setting or add on in Chrome (Windows) that will display the browser's width x height in px all the time?

I would like to use it when building a responsive site.

Thanks in advance!

2 Answers

Adam Moore
Adam Moore
21,956 Points

Not sure if one is displayed all the time, but I do know that if you select an element using the magnifying glass on the left side of Chrome's tools, or simply resize your browser with your mouse while the Chrome tools are open, it'll show the height and width of the screen.

Kris Byrum
Kris Byrum
32,534 Points

Hmm. No it wasn't open a the time of the video. Thanks though for the idea.