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jo vo
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jo vo
Courses Plus Student 4,830 Points

Im looking for a website to present my website in different viewports

I think that they reviewed this website in the treehouse show, but I cant find it anywhere.

For my portfolio (as webdeveloper, not designer) I want to present (display) my already developed websites to potential clients.

I know there is a website that allows you to enter your website, and then it will display that site on an image. You can choose for desktop, tablet and mobile version of your site to be displayed in the image.

Anyone knows which site that is?

2 Answers

Emily Young
Emily Young
18,258 Points

I am not certain of which one Treehouse reviewed but maybe one of the below can help you:

jo vo
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jo vo
Courses Plus Student 4,830 Points

No, im not looking to check how my site looks on different viewports. I want to display them on a picture using the different viewports. There is a site that allows you to create an image of your website displayed within 3 frames (a desktop, a tablet, a phone).