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CSS Sass Basics (retired) Advanced Sass Concepts Working with Media Queries

What is the answer of this? sass Advanced Sass Concepts, working whit media queries, Challenge task 1 of 2

Write a media directive for screen media with orientation landscape. Within the directive, set the width attribute for all image tags to 360px.

2 Answers

Sass terminology differs a little bit from traditional CSS vocabulary. It's basically asking you to create a media query that operates on screens with an orientation of landscape. In code, that would be this.

@media screen and ( orientation: landscape ) {
    // your code here...
}

Within that query, select all image tags and give them a width of 360px.

JW V
JW V
Courses Plus Student 11,429 Points

how do you set the width attribute for all image tags? I'm struggling with this one =/

got it.

img { width: 360px; }

Jim Clark
Jim Clark
13,319 Points

It's important to remember the 'and' here. I initially didn't realize it was needed and kept getting a compilation error. Thanks for posting!