How To Write Mobile-first CSS
What are Mobile-first and Desktop-first approaches?media queries.
will have a red background below 600px. Its background changes to green at 600px and beyond. media queries.
will have a background colour of green for all widths. If the screen goes below 600px, the background colour becomes red instead.
Why Code Mobile-first?takes up a 100% width on mobile, and 66% on the desktop.
has a width of 100% by default.
queries would be enough to help you code a website. There are however instances where a combination of both and queries helps to reduce complications that pure queries cannot hope to achieve.
Using Max-width Queries With A Mobile-First Approachqueries come into play when you want styles to be constrained below a certain viewport size. A combination of both and media queries will help to constrain the styles between two different viewport sizes.
of 0 to make sure it doesn’t get pushed down into the next column.
of 0px. This property gets cascaded towards a larger viewport and breaks the pattern we wanted. property of every 3rd item to 5%:
property if we have to change the number of items on a larger viewport. selector within its rightful viewport by using a query.
property limits the selectors to below 800px and the styles given within will not affect styles for any other viewports. and queries come together.