#3 – Window size – a great tool for web designers and developers

May 6, 2009 at 6:11 pm Leave a comment

Creating a web site that would look good and be usable on different resolution settings and in all web browsers can be very challenging task. Maybe even impossible one. Most likely at the beginning you will deiced to do web site for some resolution like 1024×768 or 1280×1024 (according to Wikpedia this two are most used this days). Every time when you would like to see what does your web site look at different resolution, or to be more exact at specific window size, you have to change your system settings and maximize your browser window. This process can be very frustrating and tiresome. To avoid that process you can use program called Window Size.

Window Size

Window Size does not require installation, you just have to unpack archive and run EXE file. After that select desired options and click on window that you want to resize. As you can see on picture there is also a option to return window to its original size. Simple and effective.


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