PX TO VW
A converter that calculates the vw from a px for a given breakpoint to make the measurement responsive
— Calculate and copy the result of calculation.
— Calculate the result.
— Copy the result of calculation.
— Reverse the converter to VW to PX.
— Focus the "Size in PX" input.
— Focus the "Viewport Width" input.
How to convert pixels (PX) to viewport width (VW)?
To convert pixels (px) to viewport width (vw), you should know total viewport width for example 1920px
Then, just apply formula: px / viewport total width * 100.
For example, with a viewport of 1920px, 192px will be converted to: 192 / 1920 * 100 = 10vw
What is Viewport Width (VW) unit?
Used in responsive design, Viewport Width (VW) is a unit relative to web page display area called viewport.
1vw corresponds to 1% of display. So, to make an element full width, you should use 100vw.
You can also use decimal values. Please note that, depending on browsers, decimal precision can change.
What is pixel (PX) unit?
Pixel unit is the theorical smallest dot displayed on a computer screen.
Nowadays, pixel unit can differe between physical resolution and logical resolution.
This difference is called device pixel ratio or DPR:
Logical resolution = physical resolution / device pixel ratio.
So, a screen with 1024x768 physical resolution with a DPR of 2 will have a 512x384 logical resolution.
What are common breakpoints for media queries?
Mobile devices – 320px — 480px.
iPads, Tablets – 481px — 768px.
Small screens, laptops – 769px — 1024px.
Desktops, large screens – 1025px — 1920px.
Extra large screens, TV – 2560px, and more.
What is screen width and height?
It is usually quoted as width × height, with the units in pixels: for example, 1920 × 1080 means the width is 1920 pixels and the height is 1080 pixels.