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CSS Build a Responsive Website Responsive Design Content Defined Breakpoints

bahman sadeghi
bahman sadeghi
4,810 Points

why ?

i change all percent to 100 but it didn`t work?

@media screen and (max-width:705px)

.grid_1 { width: 100%; } /* 125px/800px = 15.625% */
.grid_2 { width: 100%; } /* 260px/800px = 32.5% */
.grid_3 { width: 100%; } /* 395px/800px = 49.375% */
.grid_4 { width: 100%; } /* 525px/800px = 65.625% */
.grid_5 { width: 100%; } /* 665px/800px = 83.125% */
.grid_6 { width: 100%; } /* 800px/800px = 100% */
.grid_1,
.grid_2,
.grid_3,
.grid_4,
.grid_5,
.grid_6 {
    margin-right: 1.25%;
    float: left;
    display: block;
}

http://teamtreehouse.com/library/build-a-responsiveawebsite/responsive-design/content-defined-breakpoints

2 Answers

If you copied your code directly from your stylesheet you are missing the curly brackets around the entire media query.

Sarah Bradberry
Sarah Bradberry
7,115 Points

To make a break point in your print css you need to use the page-break-after or page-break-before commands.