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CSS

1 Answer

Sam Baines
Sam Baines
4,315 Points

Hi Walter - which part of the task are you getting stuck on, if it is part 1 (which others have been stuck on before) try the following code and add it to the css:

img {
max-width: 100%;
}

This selector chooses the images in the css and makes their width 100% of their parent element - i.e. either body or div, etc. Hope this helps.

Walter Gabriello
Walter Gabriello
Courses Plus Student 508 Points

Yes that is the answer i need. Thanks again Sam! which lesson are you now at?

Sam Baines
Sam Baines
4,315 Points

Glad I could help - im working my way through the front end dev track, javascript loops to be exact.