Common Screen Resolutions
Designing websites for mobile and tablet devices is not easy and it can be difficult to decide which devices and viewport widths to support. We have compiled a list of the viewport widths to target based on our experience building responsive sites.
With new mobile and tablet products constantly hitting the market, all with varying resolutions and pixel densities, getting to a common list of widths to design and develop for can sometimes be overwhelming.
In today’s world, there are a plethora of devices for people to choose from and it can be daunting to try to accommodate and build for the best experiences on all devices. However, it’s important to stay up-to-date with the most popular screen sizes and resolutions when designing web and mobile sites.
A site that is optimized and responsive makes for easier user flow and ultimately, an enjoyable experience for your audience.
|Screen Resolution||Market Share Perc. (Jan 2018 – Jan 2019)|
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How to check your device Screen Resolution?
its so easy to check screen resolution of any display device. Using whatismyscreenresolution.net, you can test resolution of your monitor, iPad, tablet, iPhone, MacBook or any other display device.
What Makes Up A Webpage?
Webpages typically consist of these elements:
- HTML Code
- Style Sheets
- Media (Video, Flash, Audio, etc.)
- Custom Fonts
website size checker
There are some fantastic tools out there for measuring a webpage’s size, the best thing about them is that you can measure any webpage whether it’s your own page, a competitor’s page or a multi-national company’s page.
My favourite tool is the Pingdom Website Speed Testing Tool which allows you to simply enter a URL and then get results showing sizes, load order and even a load time (works best in the FireFox browser):