@keyframe and @media

where we can use @keyframe and @media exactly ??

@media is used to create responsive web pages that adapt to different screen sizes and devices. You can use @media to specify different styles for different screen sizes, such as mobile, tablet, and desktop.

@keyframes is used to define a set of CSS properties that change over time, creating an animation.

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A.The @keyframes rule specifies the animation code.

The animation is created by gradually changing from one set of CSS styles to another.

During the animation, you can change the set of CSS styles many times.

Specify when the style change will happen in percent, or with the keywords “from” and “to”, which is the same as 0% and 100%. 0% is the beginning of the animation, 100% is when the animation is complete.

B.The @media rule is used in media queries to apply different styles for different media types/devices.

Media queries can be used to check many things, such as:

  • width and height of the viewport
  • width and height of the device
  • orientation (is the tablet/phone in landscape or portrait mode?)
  • resolution

Using media queries are a popular technique for delivering a tailored style sheet (responsive web design) to desktops, laptops, tablets, and mobile phones.

You can also use media queries to specify that certain styles are only for printed documents or for screen readers (mediatype: print, screen, or speech).

In addition to media types, there are also media features. Media features provide more specific details to media queries, by allowing to test for a specific feature of the user agent or display device. For example, you can apply styles to only those screens that are greater, or smaller, than a certain width.