Can we use multiple expressions in a media query?

A media query is composed of an optional media type and any number of media feature expressions. Multiple queries can be combined in various ways by using logical operators.

How do you set a range in media query?

Max-width and min-width can be used together to target a specific range of screen sizes. @media only screen and (max-width: 600px) and (min-width: 400px) {…} The query above will trigger only for screens that are 600-400px wide. This can be used to target specific devices with known widths.

How to combine multiple media queries into one rule?

You can also combine multiple media queries into a single rule by separating them with commas. The and operator is used for combining multiple media features together into a single media query, requiring each chained feature to return true in order for the query to be true. It is also used for joining media features with media types.

What are the CSS rules for media queries?

A set of CSS rules that will be applied if the test passes and the media type is correct. The possible types of media you can specify are: The following media query will only set the body to 12pt if the page is printed. It will not apply when the page is loaded in a browser.

Which is an example of multiple media queries?

Multiple Media Queries Example: Font Size In our previous example, we only specified one media query. However, you are able to specify multiple media queries in a CSS file, which means that you can apply certain styles to an element on a web page depending on whether one of the multiple conditions are met.

Is there a way to do not in a media query?

Just doing not (max-width: 600px) doesn’t seem to work for me, hence the slightly funky syntax above. Perhaps someone can explain that to me. Note that not only works for the current media query, so if you comma separate, it only affects the media query it is within.