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Manoj Singh
@manojansh
anyone?
Alicja Raszkowska
@trueskawka
what’s the code?
Manoj Singh
@manojansh

@media only screen and (max-width: 768px) {
.name {
font-size:20px;
}
}

@media only screen and (max-width: 568px) {
.name {
font-size:20px;
}
}

.name{
font-size:800%;
position: absolute;
top: 40%;
left:39%;
color:#F7FE2E;
text-align:center;
font-family:cursive;
}

@trueskawka
Alicja Raszkowska
@trueskawka
you should put media queries after your initial .name class
CSS is overwriting the previous statements with the last one
so in order for the media queries to work, you first need to declare your main class CSS
then the first media query that is more broad - in this case 768px
and then the most narrow one - 568px
Manoj Singh
@manojansh
@trueskawka let me try sir
Alicja Raszkowska
@trueskawka
Manoj Singh
@manojansh
@trueskawka i feel so stupid, i was stuck here since 3 hrs, and it was such small mistake :(
thanks to yousir... @trueskawka
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Alicja Raszkowska
@trueskawka
no worries, you’ll remember it next time :)
also, ma’am would work better ^^
Manoj Singh
@manojansh
ooops... i am so sorry. ma'am @trueskawka
Alicja Raszkowska
@trueskawka
;)
Manoj Singh
@manojansh
@trueskawka mam,, one more thing please
tommy
@tommygebru
does anyone here use either dribbble or behance ? :smile: I made this today and want to share http://codepen.io/gebrutommy/full/MKLMyK
Manoj Singh
@manojansh
I am unable to use different fonts, I think i am having problem with importing them, can you please suggest something
@trueskawka
Akash Chavan
@CruiseDevice
@manojansh What problem are you facing?
Manoj Singh
@manojansh
@CruiseDevice i dont know how to import different fonts.
Akash Chavan
@CruiseDevice
@manojansh have you tried google fonts?
Manoj Singh
@manojansh
No sir, do we need to import them?
@CruiseDevice
Akash Chavan
@CruiseDevice
@manojansh Yes. It's kind of one line code you get when you select any font from Google Fonts. You can import it in form of html, css or Js. I
Manoj Singh
@manojansh
Thank you @CruiseDevice I am checking it
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Akash Chavan
@CruiseDevice
@manojansh my pleasure, let us know if you face any problem.
Manoj Singh
@manojansh
@CruiseDevice Thank you sir, it did work, I am so happy :)
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@manojansh :smile:
h4r1m4u
@h4r1m4u

@h4r1m4u Thanks for the links, they really helped!

@RDaniels34 fantastic. i love it when an answer to one person is helpful to someone else :)

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h4r1m4u
@h4r1m4u
@Zera99 for future reference, you can find a lot of the bootstrap CSS defaults on the customize page: http://getbootstrap.com/customize/#navbar
Gabriel
@Zera99
:O Great. Thanks @h4r1m4u
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h4r1m4u
@h4r1m4u
(or you could also inspect the element in your browser with the browser's web tools. it'll show you what styles are applied to the element too)
my pleasure
Casey Heath
@ExhibitArts
Anyone know how you would go about customizing the style of a JS alert box?
Mark David Teo
@volaix
help bonfire confirm the ending