width media feature
Describes the width of the targeted display area of the output device. For continuous media (such as a webpage), this is the width of the viewport, including the size of a rendered scroll bar. For paged media, this is the width of the page box.
- Value: <length>
- Applies to: visual and tactile media types
- Accepts min/max prefixes: yes
The specified length value can't be negative. For information about supported length units, see CSS Values and Units Reference.
The following declaration is a typical media query for width, using the @media rule.
In this case, "screen" indicates the target media type, and max-width is the target media feature. The declaration states that the specified rules (no border on div elements) are only to be applied when the page is displayed on a screen, in a viewport with a width of at most 400 pixels.
You can use media properties together to create even more specific queries, such as the following.
This declaration applies the specified rules when the medium is a screen, and when the viewport has a width of no more than 400 pixels and a height of no more than 600 pixels.
Build date: 11/16/2013