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A quick beginner's guide to CSS Media Queries THREAD🧡
Media queries plays an important role in Responsive Web Design Though this is not the only use of it. Media queries can also be used as - Apply different styles for different media types - Orientation (landscape or portrait mode) - Resolution
In this thread, our point of focus will be using Media Query in order to make a web page responsive. Sounds interesting? Let's goπŸ‘‡
Let's start with the syntax first (See attached image) There are a lot of media features. Have a look at this table
Let's see an example into action. So that we can build strong hold on the concept """ @ media screen and (min-width: 600px) { div { background: green; } } """ In this case the background will be green whenever the screen width is 600px of greater than 600px;
You can also combine two media features using "And", "Not" or "," For example: """ @ media screen and (min-width: 600px) and (max-width: 900px) { div { background: green; } } """ In this case, the background will be green between 600px to 900px width
You can try bunch of media features - any-hover - color - height - width - grid - aspect-ratio - orientation - resolution, etc...
We can also write the nested media queries: When min-width = 600px and user hover over element then solid black will create around div.
You can also invert the media query by simply adding the "not" keyword after @ media
Sometimes managing media queries might be a tough task. So whenever you're working on pure CSS, make sure to check some standard device viewports and try to minimize number of media queries in your code
I hope you get a quick overview of how media query works. The syntax of media query and stuff like that. Read this MDN article for more info

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