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Images Not Scaling in Responsive Breakpoints
  • Hi,
    Just finished a site development and we're trying to fix details here and there. Our client noticed that the main images do not scale properly [at all] in the breakpoint from desktop to tablet format.

    Here's a page as an example:

    All the text in the right side column overlaps the main image on all pages. Is there a way to get all the main images to respond properly according to device size, so nothing overlaps?

    Thanks for any help!!
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  • I found a decent solution to the problem...

    Implement these CSS properties in a different file than the HTML file, so you can have your code organized better. I added the class below to the layout.css file in the "#Respond" section:

    First, name your img tag using a "class" or "id" attribute in your HTML file:
    <img src="IMAGE LINK" border="0" class="responsive-product-image" alt="Null">

    Here's how it looks embedded in my specific page:

    <img class="alignnone wp-image-426 size-full responsive-product-image" src="" alt="Null" border="0" class="responsive-product-image"  width="519" height="492" />

    Then, in the CSS file [layout.css] add the changes to make it responsive:

            max-width: 519px;    (change this size to your maximum width)

    Now the images scale depending on whatever device is being used...