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Nick East
Nick East
7,671 Points

Running a function if the screen size is larger than 1440px

Hi Guys,

I've created an onScroll animation for desktop viewers but I don't want it running in anything less than 1440px.

As quite frankly it looks awful on mobile devices.

Is there some sort of Javascript Media Query?

Thanks in advance

1 Answer

Eric M
Eric M
11,545 Points

Hi Nick,

Check out the top stackoverflow answer to this question and also the onresize event.

You should be able to use these to create conditional logic for the loading of your onScroll animation