Do media queries work in iframes?

Do media queries work in iframes?

Media queries located inside the IFRAME will evaluate media attributes of the parent frame, not the IFRAME (so eg width will refer to the width of the parent frame’s viewport, not the viewport of the IFRAME) Styles defined in the parent frame also apply to the iframe.

How do I set the width range in a media query?

Setting a particular “width-range” isn’t any different from the way media queries are created. The only difference is the addition of more media feature expressions (that is, the screen width sizes). Take a look: @media only screen and (min-width: 360px) and (max-width: 768px) { // do something in this width range. }

How do you write a media query for maximum and minimum width?

If you want to include both min and max width for responsiveness in the browser, then you can use the following: @media (min-width: 768px) and (max-width: 992px){…} @media (min-width: 480px) and (max-width: 767px) {…}

What is the difference between max width and max device width?

max-width is the width of the target display area, e.g. the browser; max-device-width is the width of the device’s entire rendering area, i.e. the actual device screen.

Can I use element queries?

EQCSS can be used in conjunction with media queries for things like print styles, so there’s no need to retire the media query just because element queries can now also be used!

Why is media query not working?

If media queries work on desktop and not on mobile devices, then you most likely haven’t set the viewport and default zoom. Note: You only need to add one of the code lines above, and usually, the first one does the job.

How do you adjust an iframe?

The width and height inside the embed code can be adjusted by changing the numbers between the quotation marks, shown below. The standard size of an iframe for desktop is a width of “560” and height of “315.”

How do you write a media query for max-width?

Combining media query expressions 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.

Why is my media query not working?

Sometimes, your media query does not work because it is wrongly positioned. Ideally, media queries should be placed at the end of the stylesheet. As you know, browsers read stylesheets from top to bottom.

What is the difference between media query 50% and 100%?

The first media query tells the browser to make column width 50% of the browser or container window when the screen 850px and below. The second media query further instructs the browser to set the column width to 100% when the screen width is 600px and below.

Does the same window has background color red when loaded in iframe?

But the same window when loaded in an iframe of 320*480 dimensions does not have background color red. How to make media queries work in an iframe? Show activity on this post.

How do I fill an iframe with JavaScript?

I used javascript injection to fill the iframe’s html content after getting the html data with an ajax call to a service. The solution for me was to create an empty html file, set this to the iframe src and then update the content with javascript.

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