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Media CSS

Images can be styled in different ways using Materialize

Responsive Images

To make images resize responsively to page width, you can add the class responsive-img to your image tag. It will now have a max-width: 100% and height:auto.

                                        <img class="responsive-img" src="cool_pic.jpg">
Circular images
This is a square image. Add the "circle" class to it to make it appear circular.

To make images appear circular, simply add class="circle" to them

                                        <div class="col s12 m8 offset-m2 l6 offset-l3">
                                            <div class="card-panel grey lighten-5 z-depth-1">
                                                <div class="row valign-wrapper">
                                                    <div class="col s2">
                                                        <img src="images/yuna.jpg" alt="" class="circle responsive-img"> <!-- notice the "circle" class -->
                                                    <div class="col s10">
                                                        <span class="black-text">
                                                        This is a square image. Add the "circle" class to it to make it appear circular.

We provide a container for Embedded Videos that resizes them responsively.

Responsive Embeds

To make your embeds responsive, merely wrap them with a containing div which has the class video-container

                                        <div class="video-container">
                                            <iframe width="853" height="480" src="//" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe>
Responsive Videos

To make your HTML5 Videos responsive just add the class responsive-video to the video tag.

                                        <video class="responsive-video" controls>
                                            <source src="movie.mp4" type="video/mp4">
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