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HTML Build a Responsive Website Adaptive Design Implementing Media Queries

1 Answer

Geoffrey Powell
Geoffrey Powell
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Hi Emily, not sure what your question is exactly. Images, like most other html elements, can take a class so you can target and style the image in CSS. You can name your classes whatever you want. Example shown below:


<img src="name.png" class="thumbnails">
<img src="name2.png" class="thumbnails">

CSS In separate file

.thumbnails {
    border: 2px solid blue;

Now all of your HTML elements with a class of "thumbnails" will have a 2 pixel, solid, blue border. Does that answer your question or are you asking about something different?