Media Query Help

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I've created my own HTML and for some reason, one of the media queries relating to font size on mobile is being ignored. Could someone please help?
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Kyle Gregory | Lipscomb University, Champion

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Hey WCP,

What property are you specifically trying to set? Can you upload your code to a Codepen or JSFiddle so we can take a look? 
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Hey WCP -- Just checking in here. Do you still need help?
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WCP

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Hi Emily,

Yes, actually, Would you be able to take a look?
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Emily Hollingsworth, Alum

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Sure thing! Which mailing are you working in?
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WCP

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It would be Responsive - One Column V3. Thank you!
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Got it! There are a couple of things in play here. First, the HTML block in the drag & drop editor doesn't support CSS. The CSS is at the template level, and the HTML block you're using is living within that framework.

Additionally, the "Use Your Own HTML" template is the onlytemplate in our gallery that is not mobile optimized. You may want to switch to "Blank with an editable header" template which gives you the same blank slate as a starting point but has our mobile optimization code built in!