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If you can read this thank your viewport !! Hopefully you figured it out and weren’t infinitely stuck but the viewport is the screen you are using to view something render like a iphone/tablet/laptop. It is also not the view of the entire website because we’re only getting a small glimpse of the page aka we got to scroll up or scroll down. They all have various different sizes. But maybe go on and review some stuff before heading on out further. Some of the stuff depends on understanding different screen formats in the CSS unit.