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Where are you getting the specific pixel breakpoints for the media queries? How do you know which numbers to use?
Curious if there is a guide or something to the breakpoints you are using? How are you coming up with those specific breakpoints?
Nicholas Grenwalt46,626 Points
Chrome has an awesome extension called Window Resizer that works wonders. Allows you to adjust your browser window to specified dimensions based on popular devices. You should definitely check it out.
James Procter14,789 Points
Nicholas Grenwalt solution is the best way in my opinion, but if for whatever reason you don't want chrome extensions downloaded on your machine you can still find out screen sizes of popular devices by clicking chrome's menu tab in the top right corner, more tools, developer tools (shortcut: ctrl+shift+i).
This open up the code panel, in the top left corner is a mobile icon. Click this and you can select the various devices, see the screen size and and how your site looks on each screen.