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    Oooh ok! I like it! But When the elements reorganized (responsive design), the image doesn’t cover the whole container, it’s still inside the green box.

    Also Mike, a quick question, I saw that the CSS code had the 1016 as an ID, the first word in the url of the web page. I am designing the new Home Page, what would I need to change into the CSS code if the URL changes? What would the ID of the web page be then?

    Thank you!


    Also, the texts has no padding and it looks weird touching the border of the box and the image does not cover its part of the container. In one of your screenshots I also can see that the text touches the border of the box and I wouldn’t want this. Like I told you Mike, I just want the image to be modified by CSS code, not the text


    Yes at 1440px and larger the image will not fill the width of the box, because the image is not wide enough.
    Such as if your screen is 1920px the image will not fill the width, it will fill the height.

    Best regards,


    Ok Thanks Mike! We can close this thread



    I’m glad this was resolved. If you need additional help, please let us know here in the forums.

    Best regards,
    Jordan Shannon

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