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Emmet Re:view


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Fast and easy way to test your responsive design in multiple viewports

Emmet Re:View displays your responsive web-page in a number of views side-by-side so you can quickly test how web-page looks at different resolutions and devices. All views are fully synchronized: scroll, fill-in form fields, click, hover and drag elements in one view and get instant feedback in all others. Features: * Breakpoints View: displays resizeable view for each CSS media query breakpoint of your page. Contents of large viewports are dowscaled to fit your screen size. * Device Wall: bird’s-eye overview of device-sized viewports. In this mode, each view is scaled according to <meta name="viewport"> tag of your page and overrides User-Agent with real device value. * Create your own devices and presets for Device Wall. * PageSync engine synchronizes all user interaction across all viewports: not just scrolling, form fill and clicks but also mouse hover, movement and dragging.

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Fahad HussainAug 11, 2021

I like this tool, i have found a bug or what can you say it is, when i click any link any of mobile screen then after landing that page all screen stop work together i mean they lost ability of scrolling you have to scroll each of there one, please fix it or let me know the solution for it. Thank you!

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Mark KimitchAug 5, 2021

It needs a serious overhaul; it hasn't been updated in a looong time. It basically doesn't work at the moment.

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Nathan WrightFeb 1, 2020

Fantastic extension. Makes developing responsive sites so much easier. Only thing I would change would be adding a way to add a custom order to devices within the custom groupings that I create, rather than displaying viewports based on their alphabetical naming.

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    February 20, 2018
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    Sergey Chikuyonok
    Novocheremushkinskaya str, 63k2, 86 Moscow 117418 Russia
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