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Why is demo site not fully responsive in my version?

I created a new VS Code project to begin this activity, and when I preview the website on Chrome, the 'nav-flex' ul breaks at about 330px...

I used normalize.css instead of the one offered in the project zip, so maybe that's why?

And does it matter ;) ?

Disregard :) Answered my own questions.. Yes, the css normalizer matters, but no, it doesn't really matter ;)_

1 Answer

Anwar Montasir
Anwar Montasir
Treehouse Teacher

Hi Robin,

Sorry, I just noticed this post. Yes, switching to normalize rather than reset would make a difference. Reset switches the box model for every element to zero (no margin, no padding), while normalize provides a set of default values for all browsers to use. See https://medium.com/@elad/normalize-css-or-css-reset-9d75175c5d1e