Tests bug in Responsive Web Design Principles

Hello!
I’ve faced a problem with tests in the task Responsive Web Design Principles - MediaQuery.
I’ve tried everything, my solution is

@media (max-height: 800px) {
  p  {
    font-size: 10px;
  }
}

But tests won’t work. Sometimes the first one " You should declare a @media query for devices with a height less than or equal to 800px ." is set to correct, but others don’t. And after refreshing the first one turns to wrong again. Please, check if the tests work correctly.

Thank you!

Hello and welcome!

Please try the @media query like the following:

@media screen and (max-height: 800px){
<!-- your code comes here-->
}

Also, put your @media query on last position in your CSS code.

Hope this helps.

@Arskeliss This is for an fCC challenge.


@KseniyaMirosha I tested it in Chrome and Firefox and it worked just fine.

What browser are you using? Did you try in a different browser?

You can also try resetting the challenge, clear the cache and try it again.

HI @KseniyaMirosha !

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It won’t work in Chrome. I’ve just tried at my phone and it works!
idk what’s wrong with Chrome on my laptop :frowning:

I use an ordinary Chrome, but it doesn’t work
Just tested on my phone and the challenge is completed :slight_smile:
idk what’s wrong, I’m sure that the code is correct, cause I had an experince in front-end

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