My site is not being responsive

My site is not being responsive.

This is what is I have tried to make it responsive. But, its not working.

@media only screen and (max-width : 767px) {
               .wpcf7-email,
               .wpcf7-text,.wpcf7-tel, .wpcf7-form-control.wpcf7-select,.wpcf7-form option, .wpcf7-form-control.wpcf7-textarea {
                 max-width: 100%;
                 padding: 10px 1px !important;
                background:#c42a91;
                color:#fff;
               }
                .slotholder{
               width: 100%
               position: relative;}  

                    .project_inner{
                  color: #fff;
                  }

                  .cmsms_project_header.entry-header > h4 > a{
                  color: #fff;
                  }

    }

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Please help me out.

This is my site http://mylittlewhitelies.com/

password: MediaCentralPassword
jonathanduane2010Asked:
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Barron NelNetwork Engineer Level IICommented:
Hi here, you need to add a semi-colon after the 100% (please see below)

}
                .slotholder{
               width: 100%;
               position: relative;
                    
                     }  

Thanks
Barron
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jonathanduane2010Author Commented:
Can you also please help me with the form as well.

Thanks.
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Barron NelNetwork Engineer Level IICommented:
Yeah sure - that comma should sort out the responsive CSS code that is need for the form.

What else is wrong with the form?
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