Well, I guess we'll see if there are any "true geeks" workin' the holidays. :)
I've developed a simple webpage. Basically it is a fixed bg image with a video player that you can scroll down to (which actually pulls it up to center over the bg image). On smaller devices (primarily smart phones), I only load the video player with a solid black bg - that is, no bg image.
I've used media queries to load appropriate bg images on different larger devices based on 3 different aspect ratios . . . the ones that seem to be the most common in "the computing world." (16:10, 16:9, and 4:3). My question is, can I use a "device-aspect-ratio: *" query to load a generic bg of some sort for all other aspect ratios?
Is that how I would express it, by just putting an * where I would normally put say 16/9 or whatever?