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Hello All,

Wanted to know if there is any application to check a website you are developing in various set resolutions? I am currently resizing my window to see if the code i have written is working properly or no. But i would prefer any emulator that can show my site in various resolutions on the mac. Anyone know of any such applications available?

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You could try:

You could try: http://quirktools.com/screenfly/
Firefox has a built in responsive mode.
and the web developers plugin http://chrispederick.com/work/web-developer/ has a responsive layout mode for Chrome and Firefox.
http://responsinator.com/

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Thank you Tony! This is

Thank you Tony!

This is perfect!

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