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Joel Lithgow
Joel Lithgow
7,414 Points

Min-width doesn't work.

I am currently using Dreamweaver CC 2014 and when I rescale my pages nothing changes, however the code is working but the min-width is not playing roll.

Edit: I have copied my files to a Treehouse workspace and the problem consists. I thought made something was wrong with my code so I downloaded Nick's project files and copied and pasted that code to see if that would fix it, however no luck here either.

Andrew Shook
Andrew Shook
31,709 Points

Can you post your code.

Joel Lithgow
Joel Lithgow
7,414 Points

I edited my question, found out its not my code thats wrong.

1 Answer

I've taken a look around your project - and I guess you're referring to the min-width media query as opposed to the min-width declaration.. Only because I could only find the latter.

Anyhooo, that bit is working fine for me.

Rule 101 of testing in the browser - use a browser!

The Dreamweaver View is not a browser. It's close, but 99.9999999999% of people who will ever view a website you create in Dreamweaver will not be using the special dreamweaver view. Get it up in a proper browser and see how it goes ;)