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CSS Responsive Layouts Media Queries Creating Breakpoints

fisnik poroshtica
fisnik poroshtica
14,154 Points

Which is the best way to find width of your browser size, to choose width for break points

For example while i test my work on browser, and i decide from that moment to make break point, how to know what size have browser on that moment.

2 Answers

It depends on what browser you use, but I would suggest looking up a plugin for your browser that will tell you the px width of the page. look up browser size plugin for whatever browser you use.

Dwayne Pate
Dwayne Pate
12,248 Points

I had this same question. While looking around Chrome with developer panel pulled up, I noticed the screen dimensions will show in the upper right hand for a moment when resizing the window.

Thats only when you have the dev tools open. I use it, its great. The width size at the time I wrote the answer was not in use, or at least I didn't see them. either route it works.