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CSS

Hiding JQuery in Media Queries

Hi I was wondering if somebody could help me?

I want to use media queries so that my sight renders better on a smartphone, but I don't know how to remove jQuery code. I know if you want to hide an image for example you use:

#div {
display: none;
}

But i'm not sure how to remove/hide jQuery?

Thanks!

2 Answers

James Barnett
James Barnett
39,199 Points

If you wanted JQuery to do something, when the screen size was less than 960 pixels, you could see something like this.

$(window).resize(function() {
    var width = $(window).width();
    if (width < 960) {
        //Do Something
    }
    else {
        //Do Something Else
    }
});

source: http://www.venveo.com/articles/view/quick-tip-jquery-media-queries

Great! Got it thanks James.