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Design Adobe Illustrator for Web Design Save for the Web CSS and Final Thoughts

Anja Karg
Anja Karg
6,133 Points

saving relative

How can I save the css with relative width and height for responsive design?

1 Answer

Bryce Santos
Bryce Santos
11,157 Points

For images, you usually want to define their max-widths as a percentage, so it flexes along with the viewport, because they're RELATIVE units. They change their width based on the width of their parent container (the container that holds the images inside).