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How can I adjust safari to mobile-width?

I use a Macbook with Safari and Chrome. But I can't adjust Safari to mobile-width. In Chrome everything works fine, but Safari stays wider then Chrome.

2 Answers

I have the same issue. My solution is to ignore Safari and use Chrome when testing the narrowest of widths.

While you're on Chrome you may like to use the Responsive Web Design Tester. You can download the extension here.

Christopher Mlalazi
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Christopher Mlalazi
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Thanks Lee for the Chrome Responsive Developer Tester. Safari also has that pre-installed in its navigation menu for those not aware of it. It's titled 'Develop' and its between 'Bookmarks' and 'Window' but it only tests Apple products.