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Images not responsive on mobile

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    I've built a new page on a client's site and the images look fine on desktop but they aren't being responsive on mobile and it looks horrible of course. 

    I don't know DNN that well and looking for easy instructions on how to make the images responsive. 

    There are other images on the website and they are all fine, just not on the new pages I'm creating. 


    Veteran Member

      It depends on how the other pages are built.
      If you have HTML knowledge, do you see different HTML on the other pages?

      Or could you post links to pages with good and bad responsive images?

      Growing Member

        All depends on your theme's css and where your collecting the responsive class for the images. But the standard Bootstrap class for an image is (class="img-responsive") so you may want to add that class to your images and see what happens. It won't make it any worse.

        Veteran Member

          To give my 2 cents: img-responsive is for Bootstrap 3, for Bootstrap 4 it is img-fluid (as documented here: https://getbootstrap.com/...4.0/content/images/)

          Happy DNNing!

          Michael Tobisch

          dnnWerk Austria
          DNN Connect

          Senior Member

            All solid advice.  I'd also suggest using a structured content solution when you can to make this easier and faster - especially when allowing non-technical people to edit the content.  OpenContent (my preferred) and 2sxc seem to be the most popular options right now.  

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