Browser Compatibility Testing of Match Media

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Match Media

API for finding out whether or not a media query applies to the document. Media questions, included CSS3, were a result of the requirement for fitting a page's appearance to the gadget without reproducing the substance and markup for each gadget compose. That dealt with the visual, yet shouldn't something be said about practices? There was still no simple method to execute JavaScript (JS) code in light of the viewport measure (more on that in the following segment). That was until the point when the matchMedia API went along. As we'll learn here today, the matchMedia API gives a simple method to respond to CSS @media inquiries utilizing precisely the same articulations, subsequently wiping out the need to copy them over your templates and JavaScript records.

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Google Chrome

Chrome browser version 4 to 8 doesn't support Match Media property. Chrome browser version 9 to 67 supports Match Media property.

Mozilla Firefox

This element is not supported by Mozilla Firefox browser version 2 to 5. Mozilla Firefox browser version 6 to 61 supports Match Media property.

Internet Explorer

Internet Explorer browser version 6 to 9 doesn't support Match Media. Internet Explorer browser version 10 to 11 partially supports this property with prefix:ms and partial support for IE refers to supporting an older version of the web browser.


Safari browser version 3.1 to 5 doesn't supports Match Media. Safari browser version 5.1 to 11.1 supports it completely.

Microsoft Edge

Microsoft Edge browser version 12 to 17 supports this property.match-media


Opera browser version 10.1 to 11.5 doesn't support Match Media.Opera 11.5 to 20 partially supports Match Media property with prefix:webkit. Opera 12.1 to 53 supports Match Media property.

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