The history of my responsive guessing
I test the responsiveness of my websites over 5 years, and it's always been a riddle why I got different responsive view with different tools. The tools I used for website responsiveness test most frequently were the developer tool bars, some browser plug-ins and a couple of free responsive testers available online, and from time to time I visited some store for real life testing.
By function these online tools were created to do the same thing, to test responsively designed websites by showing the design on different resolutions. Somehow, though, I still got different responsive view on different tools for the same resolution. So when it came to decide which one to believe, I was just guessing which one would be the closest to the real device testing. I've made a lot of responsive guessing, trying to answer the question, how to test the responsiveness of a website accurately. Here are the most puzzling issues came up while testing website responsiveness: