How to check the mobility website?

Hi, is there a thread of service to test website in different mobile resolutions?

Look webvizor on Yandex and do not see the line, previously visited the site from your phone, I have a resolution of 360x640 website is displayed normally, the user 480x853 and he has not got the menu, as well, the resolution on width more, and the menu had not got, and CSS is configured correctly.

Further, in the mobile version the header is fixed and the JS script is added translucency on my phone is working fine but in the desktop chrome when viewing mobile pages translucency is not working.

The service www.responsinator.com also do not work correctly, then how to configure CSS and scripts to the mobile version if all show different?
June 5th 19 at 21:59
3 answers
June 5th 19 at 22:01
Solution
There are a variety of services, from free to paid, from emulators to real devices issued to you in rent via remote connection for some time.

You can start with the free Google mobile-Friendly Test, which will test for possible problems with mobile reflection (as Google smartphone).

The website will work on real tablets and smartphones of various models and OS versions can be tested on CrossBrowserTesting. There may choose a real device and connect to them to in reality try out. There's a short demo period. On the service side, a lot of real devices to which you give access.
CrossBrowserTesting tried, like there is a sense from the service. - Agustin.Jacobson6 commented on June 5th 19 at 22:04
often use it, although it slows down the connection... - kenton.Huel55 commented on June 5th 19 at 22:07
June 5th 19 at 22:03
Solution
Counter Yandex records and transmits only the actions, and when playing trying the same steps repeat. So for the correct display it should not count.
To check the adaptability can be different, ranging from responsive mode in chrome to physical devices.
About webvizor, I think I don't have to be based, notice that upon loading jumps resolution, probably because the display is not correct. - Agustin.Jacobson6 commented on June 5th 19 at 22:06
June 5th 19 at 22:05
I did not think that all so difficult)

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