@media Link Tag CSS Media Query Mobile First Responsive Design

You can use the link element media attribute as an alternative to the CSS @media selector Blog article and source files: Audience: Those who are new to CSS Cascading Style Sheets for mobile development. Welcome to this segment in our series on using CSS media queries to create a mobile first, responsive design. Now we are ready to explore approaches for organizing your mobile first responsive design CSS. So far we placed all our CSS and the media queries into one HTML document. You might say we should use the HTML link tag to load external CSS files. You would point out this is how we share CSS across multiple HTML documents. And you are right! The approach we will demonstrate uses multiple separate CSS files. One file will contain the base CSS and one file

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