Blisk is another responsive tool, but this one is a desktop app that you download and install to your computer.
Basically it operates as its own web browser. You type your URL just as you would any other browser, and Blisk comes preformatted for viewport testing.
You type your URL here, and the page barely reloads. The image of the existing computers stay as-is, but you see your website appear inside of them:
(keep in mind this is a screenshot of yesterday's post)
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