How can I calculate the screen height using CSS and then use the result for the width calculation? Is it even conceivable?
height: calc(60% - 34.5px);
Yes, there are CSS variables named vh (viewport height) and vw (viewport width) (viewport width). The screen is the viewport.
height: calc(50% - 33.5px);
width: calc(100vh * 1.3);
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