@media queries kick in at wrong pixels size

Hello all. working on re-doing two of my sites w/wp.
my media query are kicking in. but the second one with the settings for:

@media screen and (min-width: 600px) and (max-width: 900px)

actually kicks in when the window widens to 750px. I have already run it through csslint. & see nothing that should be causing this.
(I just started rebuilding this so there is still some redundant code.)
The site is at:


At first glance, I see the media query kicking in as coded at 600px to 900px using FF and a Win PC.

The JS that resizes the images is a bit funky, but I don’t speak JS so I can’t offer anything constructive about the images.

If you are looking at something other than the images, please point it out.

Hello Ronpat, I only see it kicking in @ 600 on opera. both ff & chrome have it kick in @ 750.
which funky js is affecting the images? I am still squaring all the resources away so I don’t think there should be any yet.
Maybe masonry?

I must be looking at something different that you intend. At 600px I see two columns of images form and at 900px, they become 3 columns. I don’t see the “funkiness” in Chrome that I saw in FF.

I’m not seeing anything change at 750px.

FWIW, I don’t know anything about Masonry, but based on questions by other members, it seems to be tricky to set up.


Firefox jumps from 2 columns to 4 columns of images at 900px.

Ok thx…weird…definitely a monday.

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Are you sure you haven’t changed the zoom setting in the browser?

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ah…you know…that might be it! Never run across that before.
Just looked at it on my home desktop & it re-sizes as should.
I’ll be darned.

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