How to check if a website is responsive

A “responsive site” is one that resizes automatically to fit the size of the display you’re using or the size of the window.

If you’re using FireFox , an easy way to test a site from your desktop or laptop is to press Shift+Ctrl+M.

On FireFox, press Shift+Ctrl+M to pick the display size you want to see.

On FireFox, press Shift+Ctrl+M to pick the display size you want to see.

For Chrome or Internet Explorer, make sure that you’re not at “full screen,” then grab the left or right edge and check whether you can still see all the elements on the page.

Drag the left or right edge into the center and check whether the page resizes.

Drag the left or right edge toward the center and check whether the page resizes.

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