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Simulate Different Screen Resolutions for Your Webpage - SEO Tool
Want to see how your webpage will look on different screen resolutions? The Webpage Screen Resolution Simulator by iWeb - SEO Tool allows you to change the screen resolution of your computer, and then see how your webpage looks at that resolution. Simply adjust the width and height on the right hand side of the page, and then refresh the page to see how it will look. I’ve got an Apple monitor with 1680x1050 resolution, so that’s what I’m going to use in this example.
Why this tool is helpful
There are a variety of different screen resolutions available today. A webpage’s layout must adapt to any screen that displays it, including PCs, tablets, and smartphones. While many developers consider making every webpage design fit all devices, it’s not always possible or practical to do so. Using Webpage Screen Resolution Simulator allows you to test what your webpage will look like on specific screens by simulating those screens in your browser window using an online tool.
How to simulate different screen resolutions
When you’re creating a webpage, it’s always a good idea to test it out on different devices to ensure that your page is readable. This can be especially important when designing your page. After all, not everyone has a high-definition screen – many computer monitors are still set at 800 x 600 resolution. By testing how your website looks on multiple screens (say an iPhone 4, an iPad Mini and a desktop monitor), you’ll have no problem keeping all of your visitors happy.
Why you should use it
This tool will show you what your webpage looks like on various screen resolutions. Simply enter in a URL and click Go to see how it will appear to users on different screen resolutions. Use it as a simple check before publishing your webpage, or use it in conjunction with other tools to ensure that you’re targeting all of your desired audience. Since different screens have different widths, this tool is an essential component to any marketing or development campaign.
Some best practices when designing websites
Screens come in all shapes and sizes. Designing a webpage that looks great across all screen resolutions can be tricky. Fortunately, there are some best practices you can follow when creating your design to help ensure that your website looks great across all devices and screen resolutions. Here’s a look at these best practices as well as a tool you can use to quickly simulate different screen resolutions for your webpage designs. (For more info, click here.)