Scaling a parent element and its children to the width of a mobile viewport with CSS
Hope i've got that explanation right if not then please read on for a bit more detail:
So, I'm currently building a interactive email as a bit of a side project/personal development thing. I'm In the process of sorting the responsive part for mobile and I was wondering if there is a way to scale a parent element and its children to respond to the width of a device using CSS. Unfortunately theres quite a few elements to this particular email with a fair few of them being absolutley positioned. I know i can just target them by ID/Class via a media query but was hoping for a slightly easier soloution. any ideas?