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CSS

Jack Fitzgibbon
Jack Fitzgibbon
7,607 Points

CSS Gallery, Need help!

Hello, Im trying to make the 2 column gallery to change to a 1 column gallery when in mobile view. I have made attempts at this but cannot succeed. If anyone know how to do this, please comment down below. Thanks

CodePen: http://cdpn.io/dmeia

3 Answers

Nick Nish
Nick Nish
7,304 Points

Hey Jack, did you figure it out? I'm looking at the Codepen and it seems like you achieved the 2 column-layout that degrades to a single-column for smaller screen sizes.

By the way if you ever want to view this on mobile for real don't forget the mobile meta-tag.

<meta name="viewport" content="width=device-width, user-scalable=no, initial-scale=1.0, maximum-scale=1.0, minimum-scale=1.0">
Jack Fitzgibbon
Jack Fitzgibbon
7,607 Points

I have solved it but if you look in the smaller viewport you can see you have to scroll horizontally, I don't want that. And thanks for reminding me to use the meta tag:)

Jack Fitzgibbon
Jack Fitzgibbon
7,607 Points

Fixed the problem now, thank you everyone for your help!

Not sure how to guide you. I don't see a media query to tell the objects to switch their display to full viewport width instead of two columns (45%). Maybe you start there?

Jack Fitzgibbon
Jack Fitzgibbon
7,607 Points

done that but still and issue. Updated the CodePen, take a look for yourself.