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    JYZ
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    Post a question about CSS for a beginner

    Hi, I'm a webdesign student. I do not understand what are the differences in width, min-width and max-width. Can you give me some help? I appreciate for your help.

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    a question about CSS for a beginner

    Min-width is minimum width which tells the browser this can scale up or down to any size but cannot become smaller than the minimum width.

    Max-width is exactly like min-width except that it tells the browser the maximum width size the element can become. This is a very basic explanation but should make sense to you.


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    Thank you sooooo much!!!


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