Hello nizamil putra,
Question - do you have multiple @media blocks in a single CSS file? If so, you may be running into a known issue, which is documented here: http://forums.adobe.com/docs/DOC-2496#known-issues
If you’re testing with media queries all in one stylesheet, while testing, put them in individual stylesheets. This is a current limitation with weinre that needs to be fixed. weinre has no problem with media queries as long as they’re each linked separately and not created as @media blocks in your CSS. For now, the simple workaround is to separate them while testing.
If this sounds like your issue, you can vote to have this fixed by logging into the apache issue tracker for weinre, and voting: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/CB-85.
If this does not sound like your issue - please provide mroe detail here.
Thanks for the answer Bruce,
Yes, that was my issue. So the problem was from weinre.
I just voted https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/CB-85, I hope the problem fixed as soon as possible
The individually linked stytlesheets workaround does not appear to be working for me.
(Running on our own weinre server, if that matters.)
I have the same issue when debugging on iPhone. This used to work, but now I get no properties for any element.
I tried both having media query separated and together in master style.css