Once the tips for creating responsive websites have been applied, it’s worth checking if the website is responding now. There are many online tools available that will allow you to check your website’s responsiveness. Those are the three main tools we recommend to use:
1. Google’s optimized test for mobile devices has its own mobile version of the study and is quite easy. Type your site’s URL and click Analyze, and wait for the results. If your website is mobile device compliant you will see a green confirmation page. Then, the test will show why your site hasn’t passed the test and lead you to resources to help resolve the issues.
2. QuirkTools ‘ Screenfly Screenfly will show how the site looks on different screen sizes. Through adding useful tips and ideas, this tool won’t help you but you can see how your site looks on laptops, smartphones and even large TV screens.
Finally, MobileTest.me lets you select a particular mobile device, enter your URL and communicate with your website as if it were on the computer you specified. This tool is especially useful as you can see how your website works on a mobile device, test buttons, and forms and know if your customers will have a fantastic user experience. You can use it on your own or in conjunction with the above two tools to ensure that your site really does respond.