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Brice Franks
Brice Franks
1,488 Points

Need help moving an image in media query

I'm trying to move an image that I have floated to the right next to a paragragh div in the desktop mode to just below the div in mobile phone mode. How do I do this in media query. Here is my code below.


<p class= "liv2"><img src= "/img/Clara-ma.jpg">Liv Your Truth is a program designed to educate the young generation in rebuilding and creating a strong foundation for their life. This foundation teaches the young generation how to think for oneself, and it gives them the opportunity and courage to create and live their own truth. LivYour Truth Program is categorized into three separate program lessons, (Three: Core Life Tools and Twenty-nine: Basic Life Tools). In addition, there are thought provoking activities and group discussions implemented into the program.</p>


.liv2 img { height: 120px; max-width: 30%; float: right; display: inline; margin: 15px; }

1 Answer

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
228,096 Points

The first thing that occurred to me was to just add another image after the paragraph, and make the original one vanish at your breakpoint, and make the new one visible at the same time.

<p class="liv2"><img src="/img/Clara-ma.jpg">[your paragrph here]</p>
<img class="afterimg" src="/img/Clara-ma.jpg">
.afterimg { display: none; }

@media screen and (max-width: 900px) {
  .liv2 img { display: none; }
  .afterimg { display: inline; }