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Overwrite one break point earlier break point ?

Sent by Tom Livingston on 31 July 2016 02:02


MQs are understood by I.E. 9 and up, for and chrome and safari.



On Saturday, July 30, 2016, Crest Christopher [EMAIL-REMOVED]>
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> I understand what you mean but there doesn't appear, by looking at the
> list of MQ that I have much option that are compatible with all browsers ?
> Tom Livingston wrote:
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> Breakpoints are not themselves overwritten by each other. They are
> parameters. The rules inside breakpoints can override previous rules, or
> can be in effect at all widths. If you don't override a base rule, it will
> remain in effect. If you override it in a subsequent rule, that rule is in
> effect - until you override that rule.
>
> On Friday, July 29, 2016, Crest Christopher [EMAIL-REMOVED]
> [EMAIL-REMOVED]');>>
> wrote:
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> Is it safe to assume if I want a break point which is last in the
> cascade to be overwrote by a break point earlier in the cascade, I need
> to use LASS or SASS; and that there is no way to do this with reg ular CSS
> ?
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