Hi. Quick question. If you go to this site and make resize the browser window, you see that the images change size and shift...how is this done? It's different from a typical responsive site... Thanks!
The images are taking up 100% of it's parent div. (possible in Webflow)
The div are the ones being resized at certain breakpoints. (possible in Webflow)
They are stacked in a container that has a maximum width. The stacking algorithm is based on masonry.js (possible using custom coding, or you can use flexbox)
Thank you @samliew! Does flexbox do the relative easing and resizing as you
change the browser size? Thanks!!
Depends on how you set it up. Flexbox is very customizable. Set a flex basis for the divs, then allow it to grow and shrink.
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