There is screen A and screen B. Both screen are same physical size in length and width. Just one is 1920x1080 and another size is (I think) 800x640.
See, if I make query for 1920x1080 mobile, this will also trigger on computers having same resolution. That does not mean, that what fits on computer screen, will surely fit onto mobile screen.
What I need is, create a website for screen that are that physical size, not that amount of pixels. Because pixels count doesn't matter actually, only physical size, it's physical size after all that tells
% how big they are, not the pixel count (there's slight and really narrow difference).
If tell script to activate this part of stylesheet if this is the size. We'll surely know that it's a MOBILE and SURELY nothing else. You can't expect that from pixel count apparently, because, (sucks to be me), mobiles have 1920x1080, my laptop has 1366x768 xD
So, is there "@media max-physical-width: 18inch;" in CSS or anything alike.