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General Discussion

i am having trouble with the code challenge media queries 3 question.

Add the appropriate CSS code to the media query so that images within the ".cupcake" div disappear when the device or browser width is at most 480px wide.

this is what i have

  @media screen and (max-width : 480px) {
         .contact { width: 100%; }
      .menu { width: 100%; }
      .cupcake { display: none } 
    }

3 Answers

Looks alright to me...what error are you getting? Maybe try putting a semicolon after display:none

Thanks I added the semicolon but i get this error Bummer! The image is still visible even when the device width is less than 480px.

Ah, I see. It's asking for images within the .cupcake div. So you want to target .cupcake img {display:none;}

Also, since .contact and .menu share the same styles, you can write them like this which helps keep your code DRY and saves you time writing out the styles!

.contact, .menu {width:100%;}

Thanks I notice that thanks for your help !!! =)