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CSS Units (CSS Lengths: rems, ems, pixels, percents, and more)

CSS Units (CSS Lengths: rems, ems, pixels, percents, and more) Posted on May 18, 201843 Comments



What is the difference between ems and rems? When should I use pixels or percentages? How does vmin and vh work? How long is a piece of string?

All these questions and more, Let’s talk about CSS units.

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Percent – 0:57
Viewport Width & height – 3:01
Viewport Min & Max – 4:15
EX & CH – 6:08
EM’s & REM’s – 8:44
Absolute lengths: 13:28
Pixels! – 14:52

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43 comments

  1. He literally is the only person that made me laugh in any coding tutorial video hahaha. Great job loved the way you explain things keep doing what you doing mate! ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘

  2. I have a question and you may be the answer: when you shrink the apple homepage below 320px everything scales static. How can I achieve an effect like this.
    Can you make a video, or tell me which line of CSS magic can do this?

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