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  1. I found cool code for a magnifying lens on multiple images; but I want to make the images resize on different browser sizes. Since the code relies on defining the size of the image within the image tag, I am not sure how to do this. On the previous version of my page, where I did not use the magnifying lens, I created a class for the image which gave it a width: X% which enabled it be responsive. But that won't work here. Does anybody know of a solution? I am not js-experienced so I would need the code written for me, instead of being told what to do. Sorry, and thanks if anyone can help
  2. I found w3schools' tutorial for "Image Magnifier Glass" and want to use it on my website for multiple images. But I can only get it to work for one, presumably because it uses document.getElementById(imgID) in the js; I tried changing this to document.getElementsByClassName(names) but that didn't work. I'm not an experienced javascript user so don't know how to resolve, but assume something different needs to go where (names) is at the least. Can anyone help? The only thing I changed in the code is to add a little padding to the img-magnifier-container class. Thank you. <!DOCTYPE h
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