How to make image mobile responsive on dictionary pages

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How to make image mobile responsive on dictionary pages

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Hi!
Where do I make an image on a dictionary term responsive for mobile? I'm unable to find the area to mark it responsive so they image doesn't completely distort for those customers using mobile. In editing a blog we have the "responsive" box to tick but I'm unable to find this for any dictionary term.
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Re: How to make image mobile responsive

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You can accomplish this by going to the image properties and selecting "advanced" as shown here:
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On the next screen, you will enter this into the box labeled "style":

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display: block;max-width: 100%;height: auto;
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what if there is already code in the "style" box? Do we just add "display: block;max-width: 100%;height: auto;" after the code that's there?
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Yes you can add it. Just make sure the previous code ends with a semicolon ; then paste the new code after the semicolon.
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