Type your website URL into the input box above, then click the load url button. You must click the clear button before you can try a different URL. Only a true ❝Responsive Website❞ will look good in each display. A so called ❝Mobile Version❞ will not translate the reformatted version of your main site, thus you will know your website is not ❛Responsive❜.
The displays above are meant to be in proportion to the actual devices they are representing. This test is for overview purposes to compare side by side, so it is best done on a larger screen on your end. We do add Zoom Tools in larger screens to help you get a closer look though.
Yes, each display above is the same URL website live, and can be scrolled with your scroll pad or mouse wheel when your mouse pointer is over the display. All the links in the displays are also clickable as well.
URL stands for Uniform Resource Locator, and is used to specify addresses on the World Wide Web. A URL is the fundamental network identification for any resource connected to the web (e.g., hypertext pages, images, and sound files). URLs have the following format: protocol://hostname/other_information.
You do not need the (http://) protocol here in this test; for that matter, most modern browsers don't even require that anymore because it is automatically added like in this test. (http://) is Short for HyperText Transfer Protocol, HTTP is the underlying protocol used by the Web.
Yes, it won't here because this is a test specifically for responsive design. A responsive design is always the same website that changes to various screen sizes. A mobile version is just that, a different version of your full site that has been reformatted, and not always all that well for the various mobile screen sizes. Also, they often look very different (and mostly not in a good way) from your main design.
If you don't even have a mobile version of your site, and want to see what that might look like, you can preview a URL @ duda mobile.