Inline Media Query Alternatives.

dmsacco1011
Participant

I'd like to create a mobile and a desktop footer and the media queries I have set up work everywhere but Gmail and the Gmail app. I'm told only inline will work for gmail, but I am not sure what the inline code would be for something like:

 

@media (max-width:499px)

.adventures {
display: none !important;
visibility: hidden !important;

}

CSS
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jennysowyrda
Community Manager

Hi @dmsacco1011,

 

Are you still looking for assistance with this matter? If so, can you please share a link to your website you are working on, and what within your footer isn't working? 

 

The more information, screenshots and details you can provide, the better the Community can assist!

 

Thank you,
Jenny

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DanielSanchez
Key Advisor

Hi @dmsacco1011 

 

Inline is the code to style direct in HTML tag, not in a stylesheet doc.

 

Example of inline CSS:

<h1 style="color:#d00;">Text</h1>

 

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Best regards!

 

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dmsacco1011
Participant

Right. I am wondering if there is an inline CSS that is dependant on the screen size of the device the way you can in a style sheet.

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DanielSanchez
Key Advisor

Hi @dmsacco1011 ,

 

For email templates (u cited gmail in topic), the less CSS you use the better it will be.

 

My email templates i use "width:600px" for content.  If you want can use "max-width:100%" to not to exceed screen width.

 

For pages and blog template u can use the @media mencioned in your question, for customization based in screen.

 

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Best regards!